Need some input here...

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  1. SSHGuru

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    I have the opportunity to switch out my Bionic for the RAZR or the Galaxy Nexus.

    I need some opinions so I made a poll.

    Keep Bionic
    Get Razr
    Get Galaxy

    My instinct is to get the RAZR but I need input.

    Thanks,
     
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    I would wait until I could play around with the Nexus and RAZR.

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    Dude you know only you can answer that...
     
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    Besides the screen I don't see the Razr as being much of an upgrade - the Nexus on the other hand is going to be another D1 in the community of phones, a game changer :)

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    so question.....how did you come upon the opportunity to swap your Bionic for the Razr/Nexus?
     
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    Well,

    I like the form factor and features of the RAZR I think it will be one of the top phones for long time. However the battery life and possibility of a freeze are questions.

    The Galaxy Nexus has ICS but no Gorilla Glass and I am not terribly impressed with some of it's hardware. However many people think it's great.

    I have to wait until they are out to make a switch so I want to get some input.
     
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    I am very imaginative. I can't say.

     
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    On the GNex, what hardware are you worried about?
     
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    On the nexus its got a plastic back, a reportedly bad radio because it's samsung no removable storage no gorilla glass.

    The advantages are nfc, ics, bigger screen, removable battery.

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    I find it fairly amusing you voted in your own poll for the RAZR. Seems kind of....self-defeating, doesn't it?

    Anyways I'd stick with the Bionic or get the Nexus. Not a huge fan of either of them tbh, I love gorilla glass, my SD card, and being able to swap batteries/use an extended. But, to each his own....
     
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    I guess it would be best to wait and read up on reviews and then go check the phones out in person. Easier said than done!
     
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    Are you kidding? Please tell me you're kidding. Yet ANOTHER Bionic vs Razr thread? C'mon, this is a few steps beyond ridiculous. This is really turning this site into a joke. I'm wondering why the mods and admins keep allowing these thread to stay open.