Taking the plunge!

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR' started by benz0, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. benz0

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    I need better battery and hearing awesome reviews on the Maxx, im picking it up right now! ;) Droid Razr is and still a awesome phone!
     
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    I'm jealous. Vzw was supposed to have mine here today, but of course a supervisor had to sign off on it because of the reduced amount I'm paying... and they did so late..... so tomorrow!!!" I'm ticked. Hope u like it.....

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    Wow!!!! Played with this thing non stop for 2 plus hrs now, with 100% display, with 4g on, started out @ 40% and just got to 15%... gonna run her dry and fully charge her up!! Regular RAZR would have been done an hour ago... not useing smart action either! :biggrin:
     
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    Razr didn't appeal to me, but the Maxx would be awesome! I would love to have the Maxx for a few years. But I still love my Bionic!

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    Draining it this time, just for testing purposes is OK, but it's recommended that you recharge more often than not, and that you don't allow the battery to drain fully if at all possible. It's better to top off frequently than to drain for long periods of time followed by long charges to 100%.
     
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