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  1. zaphodbebleebrox

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    I am totally in love with my Droid Razor! I love it because of how thin it is, the Kevlar backing, the aluminum frame, the Gorilla glass. Its nice to have something that i can say its perfect, dont change anything!

    Mine is bone stock, not rooted and i LOVE it. I know gamers have cetter options as well as pad people, but for just being a phone i can use to surf the web , its perfect for me!
     

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    Ya, it is a pretty great phone. I love the backing, and it feels great in my hands. I don't even use a case or screen protector. It is just too nice to put something over that screen.

    After having mine for 2 years though, I'm ready to upgrade. It has gotten laggy recently, and is not as snappy as it used to be. I'm looking forward to staying in the DROID line with the Mini, or another Maxx if I can't get the battery life I need from the Mini. The Razr Maxx is as large of a phone that I want to carry, and it will take some serious consideration to upgrade to the Maxx if I can't do what I want with the Mini.

    Where is the Mini Maxx?!
     
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    I've had mine since it came out and it is running slow and lags quite a bit. I've done factory resets a number of times over the time I've owned it and the phone runs fine for a period and then the issues come back. The RAZR MAXX was awesome when I first got it. Now I'm ready to move on.
     
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    I switched to a Motorola Droid Rarz Maxx due to Samsung's poor call reception and GPS. The battery life has been amazing. It is what I will miss the most as I port my number to a LG Nexus 5 this weekend. The phone's build is high quality and does not feel like cheap plastic like other phones. As others have mentioned, it has slowed down despite my attempts to clean it. Time to move on.

    I will not miss the wifi & bluetooth connectivity issues though or the Moto screen for videos.
     

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