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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on July 3, 2012
I purchased this phone 3 months ago. The external speaker went out 5 weeks after purchasing. Amazon sent me new phone. I've had the new phone for 6 weeks and now it wont boot up or anything. Worst phone I have ever owned. Thanks to Amazon for trying to make things right.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 31, 2015
Where do I begin? Tons of obvious glitches due to lack of product testing and forethought. The keyboard has this strange glitch where it autocorrects when you hit the backspace, auto correcting the corrections, resulting in a long phrase of jibberish...
The interface is confusing and cumbersome, the hardware is flimsy and doesn't fit most hand sizes, the phone is slow and glitchy. The battery life is all over the place.
This is the product of lazy project managers, uninsightful designers , and executives who care nothing about quality of product, just release dates and bottom lines. This is why people still buy apple. Because at least you know what you're getting. Never again Motorola. I could build a better phone in my garage.
The only thing worth more than a dirty diaper on this garbage is the camera...hardly worth the price tag.
Im purposefully not using a case so it breaks and my work will get me a new iPhone.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 3, 2012
We bought 2 of Razr Maxx 4 months ago. 2nd month of usage, my phone dropped out of my pocket, fell about 2 1/2 feet and screen was shattered in multiple places. Last night my wife's phone was sitting on the charger, this morning we saw screen was shattered for no apparent reason.

This phone has structural rigidity issues. It is flimsy and built to look thin without regards for structural integrity of the phone. Any lateral force can contort the phone and put lots of strain on the LCD panel and cause it to fail/shatter.

I have owned many smart phones over the years. I even shattered iPhone 3gs screen. But that took multiple drops and 2+ years of heavy use. I feel like I've been duped by Motorola and this is poor engineering from Motorola. I have lost confidence in Motorola's ability to design high quality products that can standout against the time.

Currently it takes about $200 to fix the obvious design flaws. My suggestion to Motorola to release cheap screen replacement kits and please stop making profit on your inept phone designs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on August 21, 2014
This phone absolutely sucks. Sucks. I've had it for less than 6 months and both of the cameras stopped working speakers stopped working and it wouldn't charge anymore. It became very slow and started to lag. Took it in and Verizon "fixed it" but the next day had the same problen as before. Lastly it shuts off on its own. Just today it powered off without me touching it 4 times within an hour. DO NOT GET THIS PHONE!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 14, 2013
My phone has worked great for nearly 10 months now! Frozen only twice in that time. Dropped multiple times and still works like a charm. Video and pictures still work great. Super fast, Kingdom Conquest is smooth.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 31, 2013
Bought this phone on a plan renewal. The reason I went with this phone over the iPhone or Galaxy was due to the battery life. So far I am not disappointed. While my iPhone and Nexus friends are down to 20% battery life by the end of the work day, I am sitting at 80% still.

The only issue I've noticed after owning the phone for a little over a year now is that the battery is slowly starting to lose it's charge. When I first bought the phone, I went 42 hours without a single charge. I don't get that anymore. By the end of the night before I go to bed, it's at 50%. Still great battery life for a 4G phone, but I can tell the battery is starting to lose it's battery life. Not sure what the battery life will be like by the end of 2013, but so far I'm very happy with the phone.

And now it's only a penny with a plan purchase. Great deal.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 15, 2013
I last had a Droid X and didn't think I'd ever love a phone as much as I loved that phone. My Razr Maxx is amazing though. My husband has an iPhone and is brand loyal to apple but even he is amazed by all the functions I have on my phone that he doesn't. I love that I can just speak into the phone to text or make lists, etc. And, the battery life on this phone is crazy! I use my phone a lot during the day and only have to recharge every other day (It's usually down to about 20 or 30% by then).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 8, 2013
I'm 60 years old and finally made the jump to getting a smartphone. If you have good basic computer skills you can have a great time with this phone. I've had mine for about 6 months now and at times I do indeed wonder why I waited so long to get a smartphone. I consider this phone to be very high quality and extremely durable. About 3 months after I got it, I fell while hiking. It was a hard enough fall that it cracked the screen (it was in my pocket screen out). Had the phone not been in my pocket, I probably would have a broken hip instead of a bruise. Long story short, the phone still worked! I shipped it into Motorola and they replaced the screen and sent it back within 10 days. I'm more careful now and have a good case to protect the phone. We are friends for life now. The sound quality is excellent and the camera is pretty good for snapshots. The Android apps will change your life! And let's face it, the world is moving to smartphones with or without us.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 1, 2012
Like any new phone with a new OS, there's a learning curve. I've been on Android for four years, and I love it, and ICS is new to me with this phone. It's made some interesting, unexpected improvements over Gingerbread. But it's still Android, and performs as such (ie, well).

This review is basically about the battery. Which is insane.

My last phone was a Droid X running Gingerbread. Most days I didn't need to charge my phone until I went to bed at night, but I definitely needed to charge at night. Some days I'd come home from work and my battery would be just about dead (and die before I charged it at bedtime). Some days, if I was really hammering at it, I would need to charge during the day. This had become normal for me, and was only rarely a problem.

The Maxx? I mean, I use it a lot, but I can't seem to kill the battery. One night, shortly after I got it, it was down to 30 or 40 percent when I was going to bed, so I played a graphics heavy game for a while, trying to kill it. After an hour of play, I backed out of the game to check my power level-- I had barely done any damage at all. Perhaps I should have tried downloading something at the same time.

Yesterday I didn't use it much-- and I had it plugged in while I was using the navigation-- and 12 hours after leaving the house I was still at 100%. Any other phone I've had would have dropped some power in the interim, from processes and whatnot, but not this.

Why all phones can't do this yet is beyond me. But this is magical, and now I look at other people's Android powered phones that are down to 20% battery at the end of the day and mock them with my 60%.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 30, 2012
I went from the Droid Global 2 (slide out keyboard) to the Razr Maxx after dropping my Global 2 in water for the second time. The new operating system is super smooth and has lots of little improvements, which I find to be intuitive. Given the reviews on the screen breaking, and the speakers going out, I went with warranty through Costco which includes everything (even liquid) short of losing your phone. It's $100 for 2 years, with a $25 deductible each time you break your phone.
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