Discussion in 'Droid RAZR MAXX HD' started by SynysterBurns91, Sep 20, 2012.
After the bionic. Im done with Motorola.
You shouldn't judge a family by the red headed stepchild
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The way Motorola treats there customers is ridiculas.
yuppppp.. I am so done with Motorola
and its not because I don't like the bionic or that its future upgrades won't ever come or that it will take a year plus just to get ics.... its that moto keeps dropping phone after phone one after another slightly after just releasing a "flagship" and making it a tad better or giving a bigger battery or some extra feature... HD isn't out yet and they're already talking about the one after that... if that isn't a slap in the face Idk what is... goodbye Motorola
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IN other words the same thing Samsung did? Because essentially, they did the same exact thing even if you look at only the Fascinate, the Galaxy Nexus, the Galaxy Note, the Galaxy S, SII, and SIII.
Motorola just so happens to be the only provider that actually thinks about battery life, the one thing lacking in smartphone tech today.
Yeah, more choices are the worst! I hate when companies come out with better stuff!
I would trade me bionic even a nexus. Anyway.
I totally agree with the sturdiness on Motorola. Just today I was at BestBuy and spent a few minutes on the original Razr (I have an HTC Inc. 4g, waiting for the razrr maxx HD), and man that thing is made so well and built solidly even considering how thin the phone is made. I almost went with an s3, but it was going to be a regret, I messed with it a couple different times and in the end it's too slippery, plasticy, and flimsy for me to take serious. Motorola any day, especially the MAXX.
Welcome to the forum, that's the only problem i have with the s3. I'm sure it's a great phone, but if feels like a toy when i hold it. Otherwise i like it a lot. But Motorola has never let me down and I've owned a number starting with 5 different flip phones, an x2, a Droid 3 and currently og RAZR
samsung galaxy june 09
samsung galaxy s (fascinate) june '10
samsung s2 may '11
samsung galaxy nexus november '11
samsung note feb 12 (germany oct 11)
samsung s3 may '12
samsung note 2 oct 12
thats around a year per release... not all were on verizon and phablets are a category of its own ... but nonetheless around a year between release... im not gonna list the 20 phones moto put out since june 09 because the droid1 came out nov 09 but ill list a few
moto droid1 nov 09
moto droidx july10
moto droid2 aug 10
moto droid pro nov 10
moto droidx2 may 11
moto droid3 july 11
moto bionic sept 11
moto razr nov 11
moto razr maxx jan 12
moto droid4 feb 12
moto droid razr m sept 12
moto droid razr hd end 12
moto droid razr maxx hd end 12
+ the atrix line
so 7 phones on verizon since their "flagship" bionic in sept 2011 and 3 samsung phones (s3, note 2 and galaxy nexus) all within a year and a few months
oh and with their new leak of the next moto phone you'll get to enjoy your new maxx hd for about an hour before they tell you that the next one will blow it away.... gs3 has been out 5 months and theres no mention of a successor ... only the next phablet
and as far as battery size is concerned the note 2 comes with a 3100mah REMOVABLE battery that will sure be comparable with the maxx even if the screen is a lot bigger.... no doubt that samsung will put that kinda battery in a smaller phone in the future... but how the phone actually uses the battery is a bit more important than size as ics has gotten better battery life with the maxx and the iphone with a much smaller battery has about the same amount of talk time (if people still use these things to talk lol)
Motorola doesn't design each phone to be for everyone. They make a phone for everyone. The Droid 2, Droid x and Droid pro were all within a short period, but the 2 was for those who like the qwerty, the x has the large screen and hdmi, and the pro was for your more traditional phone users. Same thing with with the x2 (big screen) and Droid 3.(qwerty) then the RAZR (average smartphone user) the Maxx (huge battery) and the Droid 4 (qwerty). Each has a different appeal. More choices = good thing
So following that logic, each of those groups is actually one flagship release. The only odd one out is the bionic. Do it's actually in practicality less than Samsung
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