Razr M replacement?

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR M' started by Pete7874, Oct 17, 2014.

  1. Pete7874

    Pete7874 New Member

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    Hello,

    Had my Razr M for almost 2 years now. Soon it'll be time to get a new phone. Most of these new phones have grown in size, and that's a big downside for me. I like the exterior dimensions of Razr M very much, and I'm with Verizon. Has anyone found a new phone that would be considered an upgrade from Razr M, but that still maintains the same dimensions?

    Thanks!
     
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    The only phone I know of with pretty close to the same dimensions is the Droid Mini...which is a pretty nice phone. The original (2013) Moto X is not much bigger and is an awesome phone. Bit both of those are 2013 models... they are not the latest and greatest. But excellent phones and a nice one handed size that you would be used to.
     
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    I have the RAZR M xt905 with Telstra in Australia, thinking about upgrade to Galaxy S4 Mini... Unfortunately there is not much choice these days for anyone wanting a phone shorter than 125cms :(


    BTW I've no idea if Verizon sell Samsung
     
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    This thread seems to be almost dead, but I will reply. Here it is almost March of 2015 and I have had my Razr M for over two years and like this phone very much. As long as it works and continues to get firmware updates, I plan on keeping it as long as possible. The size is good and it does a heck of a lot of things, including acting as a wifi hotspot when I need it.
    That being said, the only reason I might be forced to change to a different phone is if I change providers, as I am very disgruntled with the overcharges that the "Big 4" give us. I resent having to pay for services including data that I do not use. Taking this Verizon phone somewhere else is not an easy thing to do, so if I do switch, that would be the only reason for me to change to a different phone. In the meantime, I am quite happy with the Razr M.
     
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