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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by cece5702, May 23, 2011.

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    I received my second new Droid X on Friday by FED EX! So far so good. I am not experiencing any problems with the sound, speakers or ringtones. Its Perfect!! Now I can watch videos and actually put calls on speaker if I want. I thought about taking it into the store while I have the 14 day hassle free return policy and getting the X2 and pay the difference of $50 plus $35 for restocking fee.

    I've changed my mind. This Droid X suits me just fine. I love it. I hear some people complaining about the X2 keeps rebooting etc. It seems like a part from the fast speed, everything eles is the same as the X. This phone is fast enough for me. The Droid X is a keeper dancedroid:)
    Does anyone else agree?
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    I don't think receiving a replacement phone "re-ups" your 14 day return policy.

    If it does, and you were TOLD it does, HECK YES... I'd upgrade to the X2. You'd be foolish not to.
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    What was your old phone?

    I would have paid $50 and got the dx2 originally. In my case choosing the dx2 I'd lose $150. Sold my former D2 for $200, got the x for $50 new off wirefly.

    I played with both, the new screen and dual core is worth +$50 imo.. just not +$150 heh. If you got the money, why not eh?
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    I had the Original Droid. I would have to pay $85.00 for it. That would include the restocking fee. I think I will keep what I have! I will however go into the store on Thursday to give it a test run :):blink:
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    This is a new phone and Verizon does not consider it a replacement phone. They processed it as a brand new purchase, so the 14 day return policy does apply for me.

    Why would I be foolish not too? A lot of people are holding on to there X and waiting for a better phone than the X2.

    If I decide to keep the X it will be because of my personal preference and there is nothing foolish about that IMO.
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    If I remember correctly, you were the one who was very excited for the X2 to be released.

    I can only speak for myself that if I were offered basically a free "upgrade" for a phone that is 10 months newer than what I have (an extra $85 bucks isn't anything), I would jump all over it. The X2 has all of the good qualities of the original X, and extras that make it an even better phone. For existing X users (not within their return period) I would not recommend an upgrade. For you, I think it would be a great opportunity.

    With all of that said, if you were not asking for our opinions, why would you ask if we all agree?
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    I appreciate your opinion, minus the "foolish" remark. I think everyone on this board wants and appreciates the opinion of others thats why we post threads but I would not say they are "foolish" if they choose to decide otherwise. Have a lovely day :)
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    You are taking that remark far too seriously. It's a figure of speech. I never said YOU are a FOOL.

    But to make you happy, I'll rephrase...

    If Verizon called me today and said, "Surprise! If you act within the next 2 weeks, you can upgrade to an X2 for the super low price of $85!" I would be foolish not to.






    (Are we good?) :)
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    Well if you do keep the X1, you can get Gingerbread today! (leaked version)