Welcome to the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx Forums

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  1. cereal killer

    cereal killer DF Administrator Staff Member

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    We'd like to welcome everyone to the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx Forums. Now that CES is coming to a close what are you going to do?

    Sacrifice a little bit of thinness for more juice or go with the Original?

    Sound off
     
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    dgstorm Editor in Chief Staff Member Premium Member

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    Since I was considering the RAZR anyway, but hadn't committed yet, the RAZR Maxx is a no-brainer for me. I think it's worth it!
     
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    Too bad those of us that have had the og razr for more than 15 days can't exchanged it....

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    That's why I bought my Razr from Best Buy, we have till Jan 30th to exchange. I can't pass up this kind of battery life, ICS or not. ICS will come in time, but the only thing I really wish it had was a 720p screen. But hey, you can't win em all.

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    I would have to sell my Razr first but the Maxx is definitely a possibility. The extra battery would make a already fantastic device near perfect!

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    Wooo can't wait ...when is it released ?

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    The 3300 mah battery is plain awesome.

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    Im waiting two years my lady friend couldn't decide between droid 4 or maxx but think shes going for the droid 4 :\
     
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    For those that don't know about Gazelle they buy used electronics of all kind and are very fast at paying you.

    Sell or Recycle Your Motorola Droid RAZR XT912 - Gazelle

    They are giving 273 for the Razr right now, which isn't to bad really if you don't want and try and sell yours on Craigslist.
     
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    When I bought my Razr I knew that battery life would be an issue (actually, it turned out to be more of an annoyance). But I bought an 8400 mAh external battery from Amazon for about $50. My external battery is about the size of my old Palm Pre (which means it is about the size of a pack of unfiltered cigarettes). It tethers nicely, charges my phone in a couple of hours, and lets me take my Razr anywhere without having to worry about running out of power.
     
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    12 hours and 33 minutes away. Time is just crawling.

    I Will be tossing and turning through the night, dreaming I already have it and wake up with the iPhone... :frown:

    Then tomorrow will be the day... WOOHOO!!!

    Goodbye iPhone HELLO MOTO!!!


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    You will be VERY pleased with the RAZR :)

    Enjoy your new toy

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    Well the maxx seems to be a good phone. but put it next to the og razr its a brick I held it yesterday and you can definitely tell a difference between the 2.

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    Thank you. :biggrin:



    I guess I fall into that lucky crowd where I did not have the OG Razr to get used to its size.

    I believe it to be alot smaller/thinner than my old DX so that should be a plus in and of itself.


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    Funny you say that. I posted in a thread a few months back that the RAZR has in a way jaded me because now every phone I pick up feels clunky. Now I KNOW this is not the case but it's one of those things when you get used to the RAZR everything else feels thick and clunky.

    Obviously when/if I move to another phone that will change but just as it took a bit to get used to how thin it is, it will take a bit to get used to a thicker phone.
     
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