New phone

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  1. sunshineman68

    sunshineman68 New Member

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    I'm sure this has been around many,many times, but my original Droid needs replacing, so I am not a big keyboarding person, so what are some recommendations for a verizon smartphone...........
     
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    The RAZR of course! Actually if I could do it all over again I would give with the RAZR maxx. The battery on that thing is a beast!

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    Depends on what you want t spend.
    I got an X2 for free...go figure.
     
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    Gnex

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    I was sorta thinking bionic or razr, so with upgrade that would be 150-200 bucks. but like I said I don't really know that much, my current motorola droid A855 is my first smartphone, and sometimes it is smarter than I am.......................
     
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    The decision is subjective. I, personally would go with the Razor Maxx. Battery life is very important to me and the Maxx will do everything I need and very well, I will add.
     
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    What exactly are you looking for in a phone? You really can't go wrong with any of the current phones out on Verizon. Recommend you go to the store and check them out for yourself.
     
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    VZ just put the Rezound on sale for $50. I just ordered mine a few hours ago.

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    Now Samsung and Apple dominate as Nokia becomes biggest Windows Phone vendor – but analysts warn that midrange Android handset makers face a make or break year.
     
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    Best value is probably the HTC Rezound now that it's at $50

    Most like the original DROID experience is probably the Galaxy Nexus. Slightly more future proof being Nexus device.

    Most rounded [you may (battery/build quality) or may not (screen/camera) love it but you won't hate it] is probably DROID RAZR.

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