It would be great if this RAZR had a removable battery like the original had and practically every phone released prior to 2007. Bring back removable batteries if flip phones do return. Easier to fix them too. Screen is protected when closed. I want to party like it's 2004-2006 again!
Kingslayer, 14 Nov 2019Being a Verizon exclusive is lame! I'm still okay with it because I can't afford it anyway. ... moreT-Mobile is simply the best! From the service itself to the awesome customer support. I have never been let down by these guys! Can't wait to see the new RAZR in the flesh!
Note: "Date Available 2020-05-11 00:00:00"
FCC can give really interesting images/info on upcoming devices.
Being a Verizon exclusive is lame! I'm still okay with it because I can't afford it anyway.
I bet this RAZR won't even drop to $400 which I think is a fair price for it initially until late-2021. I remember not getting the original RAZR V3 in late-2004 either. It originally costed $600. Then I got it for $99 with contract on Cingular in February 2006 or 15 months later. I'm just waiting for a price drop or perhaps the next version once they iron out the bugs.
I was actually on Verizon two months ago on prepaid. I thought they would have the best reception but it surprisingly let me down especially in the Anaheim Hills while trying to DoorDash. So I went back to T-Mobile with the $50 per month prepaid. I doubt I will ever leave TMo ever again as long as I'm still living in the USA.
I do like Verizon having unlocked phones. I don't like their bloat, boot up, and branding logos. I was just shocked how signal was bad where I tend to dash. When I used Verizon back in the day (1999-2001) and again in 2017, I always felt they had the best reception by far.
Maybe it's my prepaid plan? But I inserted my sim to other phones and it still wasn't great around Anaheim Hills. Verizon is slippin' and they're not worth the price of admission either. Never were. I was surprised AT&T became the largest US network. I'm not a fan of them either and I used them for over 10 years.
T-Mobile, $50 per month. Will stick to them for life.
The original was the most overrated phone ever. There were way better devices around at the time.
Awesome device, finally a foldable that is compact and therefore makes sense.
If they're seriously outing this with mid-range specs at 1500 they're cray-cray