Pros This phone is very slim, but still has a sturdy feel. Laser cut aluminum housing, kevlar backing, and corning gorilla glass make this phone feel tough in your hands. Phone is very fast, no lag time, very smooth multi-tasking. Buttons are all touch.
Cons Camera isn't great, battery isn't removable. Battery only gives you 10% increment levels.
Summary I love this phone. A great upgrade from the HTC Thunderbolt. Built in task manager and Smart Actions app allow for tons of user friendly settings that allow you to make this phone your own. To save battery, simply use the smart actions app to kill data, wifi, background sync when the screen turns off. Or set it to launch music app when you plug in your headphones. Endless possibilities. The GPS works great. I love this phone!
Pros Super fast.. call quality exceptional... love the design of this phone... amazing how they get all of these features in a phone soooo thin!!!
Cons waiting to see what type of battery life you can get out of this phone... Android is notorious for battery consumption... waiting to see if motorola's claims about battery life on this phone lives up to it "hype"!!!!
Summary great phone for now.... But, as everyone knows technology is growing leaps over bounds. So, this phone is at the top of the pile right now... give it 6 months and it will already be "obsolete"!!!
Pros Good performance
Cons Cheap construction, too thin, ungainly.
Summary I just checked out the Razr at Best Buy and I am disappointed. Especially after the high ratings Cnet offered in its review. Physically it is unattractive (especially the Motorola branding on the front), and ungainly. As far as the much touted thinness, reminds me of a Droid with anorexia. I will continue waiting for the iPhone3, thank you!
Pros Blazing LTE
Good battery Life
Awesome durability and design
Cons Doesn't come in white or silver
Summary If you want a phone with blazing fast data speeds and awesome looks then this is your phone. Motorola is dominating the Verizon line up with better built and more attractive phones. The screen is gorgeous and the camera is a lot better than other phones in its class.
Pros Scratch proof shell and "gorilla glass"
Display is brilliant and easy to read
Pictures turn out great when viewed on a larger display
Cons It's almost too thin for its size; making it difficult to handle / use comfortably
Glitchy and unstable right down to the OS freezing
No removable battery or option for an extended battery
Poor speaker phone quality
Summary It was glitchy, the battery life was questionable for a "top of the line" smart phone. But the worst was the instability - apps and the OS itself would freeze up now and then. . . The last straw was the touch screen not responding, and with no way to power down the phone I was 600 miles from home without a phone. It was a nice looking phone but just too many issues. For a sticker price of $650.00 (not what I paid) I expected it too work. Like the iPhones - They just "work". I wasn't impressed, it was kind of a let down. I had high expectations I guess. But like all electronic devices; to each their own. I'm absolutely 100% glad I had so many issues w/ the razr. Ended up exchanging the Razr for the Rezound. I couldn't be happier with my decision. Like the iPhone - The Rezound just "works". It does what you tell it too, when you tell it too. And the sound quality w/ the beats head phones is astounding - I'm incredibly happier w/ the Rezound. It was well worth the $35.00 restocking fee and well worth the same price as the Razr.