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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Elevated, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. Elevated

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    After reading the reviews of the Nexus, lots of mixed results. Ice Cream Sandwhich doesn't appear to be something thats gotta have right now, if the RAZR gets it in January. Sound quality and volume have been concerns as well, which are important to me.


    For the RAZR, I have gotten use to the screen. I really love the thin factor and low weight. My battery life is EXCELLENT compared to the other 4G devices i've owned. And its just so quick and snappy.

    The camera might need the software upgrade people are talking about.

    However, this appears to be the phone for me at the moment.
     

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    As long as you're happy that's all that matters. I'm keeping it as well. I've spent an entire week taking it through it's paces and have yet to encounter any problems.

    call quality and reception has been stellar. Motorola released an excellent piece of hardware. I have no problem recommending this phone to anyone. It's a GREAT purchase.

    Cnet's review of the Nexus is pretty good but they do give it some bad marks for things that I noticed as well. Nexus fans will get mad at reading it but it's not a bad review.

    Samsung Galaxy Nexus Review - Watch CNET's Video Review
     
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    I was going to really be interested in the Nexus, because of the bigger screen. However, I found out the bigger screen is not that big, because it uses a part of it for the row of buttons at the bottom.
     
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    I must say I'm pretty happy with my Razr..

    However...I will 100% be getting the Nexus and having them fight it out for Cell Phone Supremacy!

    Biggest knock I have on the Razr is battery life is not nearly as good as my Droid Charge was...which is what I was hoping for!

    May the best device win...lol
     
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    Wow, mixed results for the G Nex? Say it isnt so...lol.

    Seriously, I expected that for the Rezound...not the G Nex tho. According to The Verge...the RAZR is some absolute garbage and the G Nex is the best Android ever...lol.

    But yea...whatever works great for whatever phone ppl get, thats all that matters.
     
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    Keeping mine because it has been flawless. Ooh and the nexus its one ugly phone imo
     
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