RIP: Verizon Discontinuing Droid RAZR, Droid 4, the 32GB SGS3, HTC Rezound & More

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  1. liftedplane

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    I think he's referring to unused storage. Either way I remember when a Verizon rep told me the 32gb model was a 16 with a 16gb sd card. I actually laughed in his face and said that's a pretty expensive sd card. He swore up and down that was correct I had to walk away from the store

    Sent from my frozenly delicious razr maxx.
     
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    No I definitely HAD 32gb, I've just used half of it already. That's why I'll be sad if they only offer 16gb on the S4 or Note 3 like they did on the note 2. It won't be enough memory for me without apps to sd.
     
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    I'm hoping this means that the Droid 5 is on the horizon. Some specs I hope too see in the Droid 5 besides better cpu and a physical keyboard are a user removable/replaceable battery and NFC. The Droid 4 is nice but tends to suffer from lag and the lack of NFC and non-removable battery just kills it's longevity.

    If Motorola continues to turn out phones with non-removable batteries I will be looking at other manufactures for my next Android phone. Motorola's engineers, designers, and developers need to get a clue.
     
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    Still rocking the Rezound and have yet to see a device that gives me the slightest desire to upgrade (it's going to be a while if I have to pay retail, unless I part ways with my unlimited data). Going to flash some JB soon...
     
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    Amen. I really hope that they make a D5 soon. As for the batt, if they can put a maxx batt on D5, i'm good with that :). Better camera is needed as well.
     
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    ehh, I'm going to be rocking my D4 for a while. I see no need to upgrade anytime soon.
     
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    And so begins the end of the Motorola Droid series... And I still have my Droid 4.... my precious...

    Sent from my XT894 using Tapatalk 2
     
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    I hope this doesn't mean the end of the Moto Droid series. The D4 was a solid phone, it had an awesome keyboard, and perfect size screen but it was too damn thick! Now that it seems the last of Motorola's old guard's phones have been put out, I'm excited to see where Google takes this company.
     
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    We keyboard uses need to make our wishes known on Motorola's fora.

    Tappin' and talkin' with Tapatalk.
     
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    Just because a device goes end of life doesn't mean the updates will stop. It just means Verizon will no longer sell that device. I don't think Google wants Motorola to continue down the road of broken promises that so many manufacturers have found themselves on when it comes to future updates.
     
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    I am surprised the Samsung galaxy Nexus should be on that list.
     
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