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  1. jrmckins

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    Has anyone here switched from an Incredible or Incredible 2 to the RAZR? How do you like the RAZR in comparison?
     

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    I'll let you know when my Razr arrives Friday. I've had the original Incredible since April 2010.
     
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    I just switched from my DInc. The DInc was an amazing phone. This phone is a bit buggy at times, especially in the music apps. From what the store manager at verizon told me is that HTC has one of the best music players while Motorola has some problems with their music players. With that being said The Razr is an awesome phone, the design and build quality is top notch. Its the software that I have been having problems with. yesterday I had to power off and restart because of my phone freezing up. But I think that had to do with the music player open and motocast running. But I'am happy with the phone. But the DInc was my first android phone and I loved it.
     
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    Me. I just got a razr. I'm kinda hating it. I'm going to give it a chance.

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    Switched to the RAZR from the DInc2. Pros - beautiful, large screen; better reception (I'm in the boonies); speed (CPU and 4G both). Cons - camera quality, difficult to use one-handed, battery slightly worse (but I can get through a typical day using both, just easier on the DInc2.)

    Overall, made the switch and haven't looked back. In the past, I've tried a Droid Charge & Bionic, and both times quickly went back to the DInc2. The RAZR is a "keeper" for my likes/wants/needs.
     
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    Switched from DINC - first one, loved the phone, but wanted something more modern :). One thing I still can't get used to switching from DINC to RAZR is the size of RAZR, while it is thin it is way too wide and tall for my liking (but I guess it is new trend and all new phones are huge). First time when I flipped my RAZR out of the packet people who were around me started making jokes that I carry laptop with me :), but than they were all iPhone users :).
     
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    I played with it in a VZW store. Too big. I like sense. I really hope some impressive phones (like big jumps) come out before I'm due for an upgrade (July)
     
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    Haven't had a full day yet but here's the initial impressions:
    Phone is much bigger (obviously). It's not bad holding it, but everytime I reach for the phone, I am noticing how wide it is...

    Call quality is SOOooo much better than the Dinc. Signal strength and voice quality both are better imo. This is one of the reasons I was drawn to a Moto phone.

    Love the screen. I think the reviewer on theverge.com is an idiot for bashing the screen. It's not bad at all.

    Definitely too early to tell but so far it hasn't turned me off. I'm using it too much to make any battery statements. I do have 4G turned off for now.
     

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