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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by A.Nonymous, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. A.Nonymous

    A.Nonymous Extreme Android User
    Thread Starter

    I'm in the market for an upgrade from my Droid Incredible 2 and have been eyeballing the Razr M. I know no phone is perfect though so I'm curious what the pros and cons are of this device. I'd be buying it off contract so I want to get all my ducks in a row before I pull the trigger.
     



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  2. chris4x4

    chris4x4 Android Enthusiast

    I thought the phone was absolutely perfect accept for lower signal reception.
     
  3. A.Nonymous

    A.Nonymous Extreme Android User
    Thread Starter

    Does it really have lower signal reception or does the phone just say so? Do you find you actually drop calls in places you didn't drop them before?
     
  4. chris4x4

    chris4x4 Android Enthusiast

    It has lower reception. At my house and using my MAXX, I never dropped a call or lost data. With the M I lost data about half the time and dropped one call.
     
  5. A.Nonymous

    A.Nonymous Extreme Android User
    Thread Starter

    Does the phone have a removable battery? I can't seem to find an answer.
     
  6. phositadc

    phositadc Well-Known Member

    Battery is not removable.
     
  7. A.Nonymous

    A.Nonymous Extreme Android User
    Thread Starter

    Frak. Might be a game breaker for me.
     
  8. chris4x4

    chris4x4 Android Enthusiast

    The battery has a great capacity, so if your worried about having to swap one, don't be.
     
  9. VoidedSaint

    VoidedSaint Resident Ninja

    others have said the battery life on this thing is amazing, and there is a code to push on the device to act as a battery removal process
     
  10. IICybershotII

    IICybershotII Newbie

    It has amazing battery life. I easiliy make it through from 630am-11pm with moderate-heavy use and about 30% left. As a comparison, I charged my OG DINC 3 times per day.
     
  11. Ih8apple

    Ih8apple Newbie

    I just got a razr M, and I love it. I haven't noticed any trouble whatsoever with signal. I have yet to be dropped once.

    As for the battery, I have become something of a phone addict (this is my first smartphone) and am on it constantly, and always make it through the day without needing a charge.

    I initially bought a Samsung Galaxy Stellar, which I quickly realized was a piece of junk, so I swapped it for the M. I love this phone.

    Again though, it is my first one, so I am probably not the best authority here.
     
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  12. A.Nonymous

    A.Nonymous Extreme Android User
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    Yeah, the Dinc sucked on battery life. I've got the DInc2 though and battery life is awesome. It's not unusual at all for me to not charge the phone at all on the weekend.
     
  13. bmetelsky

    bmetelsky Newbie

    I previously had the DINC2 and thought the battery life on that phone was great. This one is even better! I actually like that the battery is not removable - no back cover to worry about.... It's a solid performer in every way for me. Switches between wi-fi, 3G, and 4G with no problem. Call quality is good and I haven't dropped any calls.
     
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  14. RicKaysen

    RicKaysen Member

    I switched from the RAZR Maxx, which I got because of its awesome battery life, to the M. The battery in the M has not disappointed me. It's not like the Maxx, but it gets me through the day with plenty to spare. The size of the M is perfect and I don't miss those huge bezels around the Maxx's screen. IMO the only con that bugs me a little is the capacitive buttons now take up some screen space, but that's a matter of personal preference.
     
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  15. bmetelsky

    bmetelsky Newbie

    I like the capacitive buttons. They give a much cleaner look than the hard buttons.
     
  16. RicKaysen

    RicKaysen Member

    I was refering to the placement of the capacitive buttons on the screen as opposed to below it like my previous RAZR Maxx....not physical buttons as on the DroidX.
     
  17. kmf

    kmf Android Enthusiast

    What is the code to push to simulate a battery pull?
     
  18. chris4x4

    chris4x4 Android Enthusiast

    Press and hold the power and volume down until the phone turns off.
     

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The Motorola Droid RAZR M release date was September 2012. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 1GB RAM, Snapdragon S4 Plus processor, and 2000mAh battery.

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