Felipe Berhau, 16 Apr 2013Razr HD all the way. Feels premium, performs good. Lasts a lot and is durable.Mine last as long as my Atrix HD which has something like a 1750mah battery. I know the difference is that the cpu on Atrix HD is on the ondemand and the Razr HD is on interactive. does anybody know if there is a Stock rom which has the cpu on ondemand. I remember my Atrix only getting about 6 hours when it was set to interactive. The Razr HD still gives me all day.
jack, 16 Apr 2013can anyone on hand experience tell me if this phone is waterproof??I have this phone... one good day i left it in my desk while it was charging and my 2 year old nephew (little bastard) threw it into the toilet... it spent more than one hour there... it worked for a while (no more cell phone though and the battery was screwed up) but it died when the battery ran out. i cant charge it now and i have a nice paperweight...
jack, 16 Apr 2013can anyone on hand experience tell me if this phone is waterproof??No, it's "splash resistant" which is a far cry from waterproof.
juanito, 13 Apr 2013what phone would u guys recommend, motorola razr hd or sony acro s,?? thanxRazr HD all the way. Feels premium, performs good. Lasts a lot and is durable.
what phone would u guys recommend, motorola razr hd or sony acro s,?? thanx
Just got this phone wasnt sure about getting a motorola as samsung and apple dominate the market now, but the specs were good so upgraded to this and it is amazing.. Battery life is soo good last 36hrs plus with heavy use and one charge i love it! so glad I didn't run with the crowd and jump on the bandwagon!! one happy customer :) super fast, looks nice, brill camera +++
Felix, 25 Mar 2013(1 GB of RAM, Quad-Core 1.4 GHz) S3 or (LTE, 1GB of RAM, Dual-Core 1.5 GHZ) Razr HD... wich on... moreThis one performs better, looks a lot better, feels a lot better and RAZR HD comes with LTE. S3 doesn't bring LTE on all models.
eduardofreire, 12 Mar 2013Pos = Unbelievable battery, great screen, very fast (even not being quad-core); Cons = Terrib... moreNot true. The camera is great. I came from a HTC Sensation and the Razr HD camera takes far sharper and accurate shots.
I go this phone 2 days ago. It is totally amazing I amd in awe the speed, screen quality, battery life and build quility is brilliant. Totally Kills the Galaxy S3. This is the best phone in the world by far... Motorola razr HD is expensive but worth it!!
Well depends how the battery! weak battery doesn't matter dual or quad...
(1 GB of RAM, Quad-Core 1.4 GHz) S3 or (LTE, 1GB of RAM, Dual-Core 1.5 GHZ) Razr HD... wich one is better??
this is by far the best 4g compatible phone I've used, the battery life is probably the longest I have seen, I can be on youtube the whole day, and at the end of the day be at 60% with the Galaxy S3 if I did the same I'd be down to 29%. it is smooth and quick to respond. Why would you buy anything else
Pos = Unbelievable battery, great screen, very fast (even not being quad-core);
Cons = Terrible camera (can't believe Motorola failed on this), few roms available;
About battery, i used a Galaxy Nexus before, and this phone has exactly the double of battery comparing with GNexus. 1 hour normal use on XT925 = 5%. 1 hour normal usage on GNexus = 10%.
soon as i seen 1gb of ram it probably do the same thing my RAZR maxx does, it close background programs down that i am using, as to why i norm limit my browsing to Opera mini as it tends to not eat a lot of ram up (keeps background programs running), but do not underestimate the RAZR maxx or HD maxx (apart form there been no RAZR maxx HD in the UK....) the battery life on the maxx versions is how an smartphone should be i get 2 days of use and thats me Not turning any thing off (3g wifi BT 5-8hours of screen on time, any other smartphone your lucky if you get 3 hours screen on time)
i been looking at the samsung S3 LTE UK (i9305) or the Note 2 LTE UK (n7105) due to that it seems to run very smooth has 2gb of ram (as the UK does not really have much of an LTE network yet, but i am finding that only the LTE phones have DC-HSPA+ 42mb so i can use that for now until LTE comes and both support all the networks in the UK for both 3g and 4g as not all 4G phones work on all networks)
but the battery is still lacking on the S3 LTE version needs to be 3000 at least (but you can use an spare battery thought as its removable unlike other phones that have poor sized battery and is not removable) i guess i miss using this Moto Razr maxx phone i have (apart from having to reboot the phone when data fails to work some times and the small screen)
upgrade weirdness, 27 Feb 2013I upgraded to Jelly Bean and i can no longer see the drive on my computer when connected with ... moreAfter the upgrade, I found to have the same problem but its pretty normal. All you need to do is click on your phone name to access whatever you need to do