Criteria Comments Rating
- Reception and call quality Reception has not been a problem.
- Display Very crisp and bright, love it!
- Battery life Never thought I would get this kind of battery life. After last update, my DroidX battery wouldn't last 1/2 a day.
- Camera Seems to have a little trouble focusing somtimes, not sure what's up with that.
- Ease of use Power button not easily pushed to turn off screen, could be the silicone case, or just not used to where it is.
- Design and form factor comfortable to hold and use.
- Portability (size / weight) seems lighter than the Droid X, so lovin it!
- Media support No issue with media so far.
- Durability Seems to be rugged.
- Ecosystem (apps, accessories, etc.) All prior apps loaded fine, could reuse my chargers etc. Just bought an inexpensive silicone case.
Have had the phone for about a week. A welcome relief to the surprising drain on the battery in my DroidX after it's last update. Had the X for 2 years. They are very similar in size/shape. The Razr Maxx appears to be lighter, a much brighter screen and I think the sound is also louder. The camera is a little funky though. Went to a hockey game, switched setting to Sports. Zoomed in and it wouldn't focus. I had to get out of Camera and go back in and then it finally focused. The calls connect quickly and the sound is great. IHeartRadio came in nice and loud - great speaker! I am very pleased with this phone and hope it gets me through the next 2 years!
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