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Which would you choose of these 4?

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by 3volut1on, Apr 27, 2012.

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Which would you chose?

  1. Droid 4

    2 vote(s)
    16.7%
  2. Droid RAZR 16G

    9 vote(s)
    75.0%
  3. Droid Charge

    1 vote(s)
    8.3%
  4. Droid Bionic

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. 3volut1on

    3volut1on Well-Known Member
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    The place I'm currently employed is renewing their contract with Verizon and we finally get smartphones! Below is a list of the choices:

    • Droid X2
    • Droid Pro
    • Droid 3
    • Droid Bionic
    • Droid Charge
    • Droid 4
    • Droid RAZR 16G
    • Oh and an Iphone 4 8G :D
    Since I work out of the office remotely with a laptop quite often, I'm going to need the tethering / hotspot option with 4G, so my choices are narrowed down to the Droid 4, Charge, and Bionic. I'm told the RAZR does not offer tethering...

    Which would you chose?
     

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    if it was iphone 4s i would go for that, just because i enjoy messing with siri :p

    i pick Razr, its an amazing phone, and will be the only device currently getting ICS (im not sure if the Droid 4 will see it, i would assume so)

    its a shame they do not give you the option of the RAZR MAXX :( but congrats bud! i wish my job would give us smart phones :)


    and the tethering you want, i would recommend that you get the plan to tether, but if you do not want to go that route, i completely understand, there are apps out on the market that will provide that for you, and as far as i know, i think all of those devices can tether.
     
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    Given the choice between the D4, Charge, and Bionic, I'd probably pick the charge.
     
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    I'm guessing the company is paying for the tethering plan. Wonder why they said tethering was only available on 3 devices. As long as you have a tethering plan, Mobile Hotspot functionality should have been available on Android from Froyo 2.2. and up.
     
  5. 3volut1on

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    That's my thoughts exactly. I'm thinking tethering should be available on any. I dont know of any special circumstances with the RAZR not allowing tethering.
     
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    What about paying for the difference and getting the Razr Maxx? Either way, you have some solid options..
     
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    Out of those 4? The razr no question. Better hardware, better software, ICS upgradeable , SD card can expand to 64gb. Better radio/antenna/signal. 4G LTE.
     
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    Really? Why? The charge is oldest of the 4 , and has to most outdated hardware. Is it even getting ICS?
     

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