RAZR - as a landmark for smartphones

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR' started by ltcalex, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. ltcalex

    ltcalex Member

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    As I have purchased the RAZR recently, I find it the best so far in operability, "frame" strength technology (space-age), and "push" OS technology. Have the Motorola developers ever thought of retaining this wonderful design and "offer" some upgradables for "minimal costs", instead of a need to provide an entirely "new product" on the assembly line every six months? CISCO upgrades do not coome out every six months nor does APPLE technology. Customers (users) of smartphones will continue to use a great design that has great durability and "open-ended" upgrades. The RAZR should be the first in the Motorola line to offer this type of continuing upgrades, at least for 2 or 3 years. Your thoughts? ltcalex
     
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    If it was easy to change out hardware this might be feasible, but it wouldn't be that profitable for manufacturers and cell companies, plus technology changes and improves at a fast pace

    my razr's sharper then yours ™
     
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    If Motorola is smart they will make the RAZR their Galaxy S series.

    We'll see.......