"Great "Smartphone." Even better w/further customization"4.5 starson by SirRyu1987
Great call quality
Cons: Have not found any yet.
Summary: Well...this is the first time I review a smartphone, even though I have had many different smartphones, and have always done my research before buying. Having had iPhones, Windows Phones, and Android phones, I have tried pretty much everything out there (I have also had Web OS phones and Symbian). So, I can compare this great phone to those I have owned, and this phone beats them all, in pretty much every area (yes the iPhone/Rezound has better resolution).
I have used all of my phones in an enterprise environment (I works in IT Management). I send and receive tons of emails per day, and browse the web quite a bit. Therefore, battery life and having a phone that is fast and reliable is a must. The Razr has met all of these requirements better than any phone I have owned.
I have read some reviews that complain about the battery life. I think those that are "real" Android users, will know that any smartphone with Android will drain the battery fairly quick without further customization. These people that are complaining about the battery are probably setting up a lot of email accounts, social networking accounts, and have a lot of apps running background sync. This will totally drain your battery in a few hours. Therefore, to preserve battery life, you need to customize your email accounts, social networking accounts, and any other apps, to sync every few hours.
A great plus on the Razr is the Smart Actions, which automates the customization process. I have created several rules that apply when I am at home, work, or in the road. I have one that stops background sync when the phone is just seating. When I pick up the phone, it syncs up and I get any emails that were sent to me. Smart Actions is just awesome! Now I can truly call my phone a "Smartphone."
Also, call quality is better than any phone I have had, so far no dropped calls.
So, if you do not want to spend some time to customize this phone to be even better than it already is, then go for the iPhone or a Windows phone, which are designed for users that want a "limited" smartphone from the get go.
You may have heard that Android is for geeks, and in some sense that is correct, but anyone can take a few minutes to customize their Android phone to get the most out of it.
So, I highly recommend this phone above any phone out there, just know that you need to dedicate some time to make it your own, but if you do, I promise you will be highly satisfied.