Happy Mother's Day to all of the PhoneDog fan mom's out there. On this Sunday we feature a user review from David Lebron. He left a user review for the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX on March 26, 2012.
The Phone that is able to be a phone, period.By David Lebron, posted: Mar 26
Speedy processor? Check. Vivid and clear display? Check. Sexy body? Check. Stunning LTE speeds? Check. Sure, quite a bit of these Android super phones have most. if not all of these qualities. But the obvious reason why this handset is top dog is because of one word and one word only: battery. Quite a large deal of people who gripe about battery life often just say turn off a whole slew of things and presto: you can make it a full day. This is not a solution, simply a coping mechanism. If I am ready to put down hundreds of dollars onto a piece of technology, I am going to use every last feature that I payed for. It simply unacceptable to purchase a smartphone with all these neat-o features and I can only use them sparingly, or not at all in order to save power for the essentials of my phone to still be able to function. To me, its an outcry. It's pretty ludacris in my opinion that this is the first phone of its kind, with that having in tow a super battery. Take note smartphone makers of all sorts and shapes: battery is gold. At the end of the day, if you were to go out for an entire day using your phone to its max potential, the one that would still be kicking in the end would be the Droid Razr Maxx: the phone I trust. While the competition compensates, this handset flexes its muscles for hours on end, making it king of smart phones.
Battery Life 5/5
Apps & Media Support 5/5
Reception & Call Quality 4/5
Design/Form Factor 5/5