RAZR Rated #1 Android Phone in 2011 by AndroidCenteral

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  1. jpcalhoun

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    Just saying:icon_ banana:
     
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    That's quite a surprise....not that it's a bad thing :)

    Thanks for sharing
     
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    Really, you can't remove the battery.

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    It is one of the best but IMO can't really rate a phone number 1 for only being out a month. Definitely a top 3 for sure.

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    Wow....interesting.

    Oh, ok...I just visited the site. There were 2 awards: Editors Choice and Readers Choice. Its interesting reading the Editor's Choices and Reader's Choices.
     
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    Holding vol- and power is the same as removing the battery.

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    Who cares? I am glad you don't have to remove the battery to do a hard reset. If I had to take off my Ottorbox case every time I needed to do a hard reset that would suck. Not that I have ever needed to because the phone is great and has never frozen on me. Just saying having the Ottorbox case on not being able to remove the battery makes this phone that much better.
     
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    With small external batteries like this: (see the pic of it in the guy's hand)

    http://www.amazon.com/Anker-5600mAh-External-flashlight-Motorola/dp/B005K7192G

    Extended or spare batteries will be a thing of the past for me. And as long as there is a way to hard reset...like tablets that have non removable batteries....its not that bad. FWIW...it can be removed...and its not as hard as one might think.
     
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    I think most people's preference of having a removable battery isnt necessarily soft resets, but more so just having the option to easily remove and replace the battery after a year or so of use if the battery goes bad.
     
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    This phone not having a removable battery is not the same as non-replaceable. The RAZR battery can be replaced as you describe with little effort.
     
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    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk
     
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    I agree, RAZR is the #1 phone.

    I've never, and would never, carry a 2nd battery. Luckily in the 1 1/2 month I've had the Razr, I haven't needed to reset the phone yet.

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