Razr & Nexus

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by clueless77, Oct 18, 2011.

  1. clueless77

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    Have all of us X users found glory in the new Razr or are we still looking at Nexus

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    Nexus.

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    Why would an X user go vanilla.. blur was my favorite part of dx I hated those damn hard buttons

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    Droid Razr will definitely be my next phone

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    I'm leaning towards Razr as well and by the time my upgrade is here should be bugless and on ICS :D

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    I'm putting $100 down betting the razr will have heat issues.

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    I only had my X for about a month or so and sold it last week. I basically bought it just so I could get used to the bigger sized screens to see if I could handle the new wave of big touchscreen phones. I loved it when I had it, but as soon as the wealth of information came in regarding the nexus, it was sold within 24 hours. Unfortunately, I don't think I could handle the Razr for 2 whole years. With the locked bootloader and even heavier blur/bloatware than the Droid X, it would be hard for me to be disciplined enough to keep using the Razr for a decent amount of time. It is really unfortunate seeing as the hardware is nothing short of magnificent.
     
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    Well as I said by the time I can get either the bugs will be worked out and any Modding capability will be out so I have timevto decide but I'm confident it will be one or the other

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    I'll be waiting for a reliable root/unroot method, as well as a good selection of ROMs to come to the Razr before I get it. Plus, the price will go down if I wait a little while, I'm not one of those people who needs the newest piece of technology as soon as it comes out.
     
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    I am waiting for someone to confirm weather or not there is a reset button as the battery isn't removable

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    I was leaning toward the Razr because I'm used to and enjoy my Motorola devices, but now I think I'll go with the Nexus due to its larger screen, ICS, and I assume it's easily rootable. My only reservations are the GPS (being Samsung) and the screen isn't going to be Gorilla glass.
     
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    Nexus for me. Motorola's stance on the locked bootloader and the way the buttons feel like they're gonna fall off on my X is enough to sell me.

    Plus, I wont have to sbf ever again. That in itself sold me on the phone.

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