Right now I'm currently using a HTC Thunderbolt... and a semi-broken one at that. The touch screen seems to get stuck at the most annoying of times, most likely due to a minor fall the phone received a couple weeks ago. I was due for an upgrade in Jan but had to wait until now and I've been wanting a new phone for a while now. I've narrowed it down to two choices the Samsung Galaxy S3 or the Droid Razr Maxx HD. Both phones offer pretty much the same specs. Reviews I've seen for both phones are glowing with only minor issues coming up like the Razr's supposed crappy camera and the Galaxy's cheap feel and dim screen. After much mulling it over, I feel like the Razr is the best choice for me as I would much prefer the longer lasting battery like it offers and the durability of the phone. However, an employee at the Verizon store stated that there are glitches associated with the Razr. I figure all phones come with annoying glitches and the guy didn't really specify any certain glitches (he just said "it had glitches"). I could also possibly wait until the Galaxy S4 gets released or hope that the Sony Xperia Z gets released for Verizon. I could also just get my Thunderbolt replaced and stick with my grandfathered unlimited data, but the Thunderbolt even when working at full potential is slow and high end games lag bad. I tend to us my phone mostly for Internet/Youtube, games, music, and of course making and receiving phone calls. I also use it as a watch, calender, calculator, flashlight, and on rare occasions as a camera. If anyone has any suggestions or comments on the phones I've mentioned it would be great. This is what I need from my phone: Needs to be an Android Phone (I have no intention of getting a Windows phone, Iphone, or BlackBerry)- -Needs to be available for Verizon (I really don't feel like spending the extra cash for an unlocked phone) -Fast Internet Speeds (outside of Wifi) -Fast Loading Speeds in general -Plays all types of games without a hitch -Great Audio sound for music -SD Card Slot -Screen isn't impossible to see in the day -Has a great battery life (especially on 4G) Thanks in advance.