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General razr m or og razr?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mrdrh99, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. mrdrh99

    mrdrh99 Well-Known Member
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    Ok, my mother in law is looking for an upgrade from her Droid pro....she actually wanted my bionic! Which would give me an upgrade. So, for $99 should I go with the razr m or the og razr?
    I'm still tempted to wait until the bionic gets ics but who knows how long that will take!
     

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  2. andrewzpsu

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    Razr M is the best phone I've ever owned. I have the Razr Maxx too.

    I personally think that there are only two worthy phones out there for verizon at the moment. The Razr M and the Galaxy S3. Basically if you want a bigger phone do the S3, if you like it more compact but still having a good size screen, the M is the choice.
     
  3. AntimonyER

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    THe RAZR M has the same screen, same protective features, with a better processor, in a smaller package. Definitely on paper the RAZR M is an easy winner. My wife loves hers, and even I am a little jealous.
     
  4. VoidedSaint

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    the razr m reminds me of the og dx

    seems mediocre but its still a powerhouse of a device with great potential.

    i have never seen a bad motorola device yet. even the droid 2-3 series were still great phones.

    samsung has bugs, but so does moto. all in all pure hardware and functionality wise moto wins

    blur vs touchwiz? no one wins :p
     
  5. andrewzpsu

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    I'm just not sure why people would even consider it a "mediocre" phone. I can only guess its from lack of a $20 SD card and the fact it doesn't have a 5" screen.

    Otherwise, it performs the same as the Galaxy S3 but has a smaller screen (which is still bigger than the iPhone's screen). I'm getting quadrants of 4800+. The phone multitasks like a champ. Its smoother than butter. Has NFC and many other bells and whistles. I find nothing truly missing from it.

    I'm actually drawn back that people consider this a "mid-range" phone when its clearly much more.
     
  6. AntimonyER

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    Actually, with the smaller screen, with lower res, it very well might outpace the RAZR HD performance wise. So in those regards, yeah, its a potent little package.
     
  7. VoidedSaint

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    i think its a mediocre phone because of verizon and motorola's stand point, i personally have not held the device nor played with it.

    however the way vzw and motorola talk more about the razr hd, the M is just a mediocre phone to them, i am sorry if you took that out of context.
     
  8. mrdrh99

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    I got the M this afternoon, its fantastic, all the screen I need, without the bulk....its fantastic!
     

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