Replacement

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR' started by wooooowwe, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. wooooowwe

    wooooowwe Member

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    Verizon Wireless offered me a Nexus with extended battery and similar card as a replacement to my RAZR. Should I go for it?

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    Go play with one and see if u like it. Alot have ppl have complained of worse signal and that they feel cheap. I have had too much bad luck with Samsung to try another phone from them

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    I'd see if they'll let you go to the RAZR MAXX rather than the Nexus if a short battery life is the motivating factor.
     
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    But ICS....

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    I started with a nexus signal strength was dismal compared to RAZR. I switched within a week could not take dropped 4g and much slower data even when on wifi. I now have Maxx and don't miss ICS one bit I use go launcher with ICS theme actually runs smoother with better options than Nexus did. No brained if they let you get Maxx.

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    I am currently suffering from Maxx envy. Just a fun fact for ya.

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    We will have ICS on the Razr / Maxx at some point...yes, it is nice to have ICS now but if battery life is your issue with your current Razr, definitely checkout the Maxx...
     
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    OK. I will hopefully play with my buddies nexus. Unlocked boot loader and all. Maxx has same software and everything just bigger battery right?

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    Make sure to compare the signal strength.

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    I will. Thank You for the help. This is why I love thus forum.

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    How many razor replacements you got until they offered you a different phone

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    5 or 6 because of connection and battery. Now like I said they are offering Nexus with extended battery. I will make my decision tonight and call them. I might check out MAXX

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