December 2nd, 2012, 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by JE78
Depends what you use your camera for. If your outside with natural light you shouldn't worry. The camera focuses fast and snaps pictures quick and the quality is very good. If your inside and with low light and don't use a flash it will be grainy. I came from a Galaxy Nexus and was in love with that camera so this camera quality has taken some getting used to.
I put up with it because other than the camera this is the best phone I've owned. The battery life is something that I have had a problem with since using Android. I got so fed up with it a few years ago I switched back to the iPhone. But the Maxx has handled everything I've thrown at it, I haven't come close to running the battery dead in a day and could probably get 2 days of usage before having to put it on the charger. The build quality, top notch radios make this a no brainier for me.
I guess all you can do is get one and test it out, you have 15 days to decide.
You might want to give Camera Zoom FX
a try. I have found that it controls the hardware in my Bionic
much better than the Camera
Since I don't have a Razr HD
I'd like to know what you find out.