Pros Compact Size
Great battery life
Nice colors and design
Cons None of that
Summary Razr M is a great device that packs power, style, and battery life in such a compact design. It's much better than iPhone.
Speed of processor and 4G connection
Android 4.0 synchronizes across all Google accounts
Cons Camera sub-par
Summary Outstanding, and inexpensive. The accessories (case, screen saver cover, car charger, etc.)cost more than the phone.
Pros QHD screen, Android 4.0, 2000 MAH battery, in a compact frame that fits right in your pocket.
Cons QHD screen, Android 4.0, no physical home button, no camera button, too much bloatware.
Summary I love this phone! I work at a store that is an authorized VZ wireless store, so I take a lot of time before I pick a new phone. I was really getting sick of seeing only larger phones coming in because I don't have a purse to carry my large phone in. I think that they make those big phones for women and don't consider guys who put their phones in their pockets. I was originally considering getting the incredible 4G LTE, but I was not happy with all of the poor reviews that I was seeing. So glad that I decided to wait a little longer. I didn't think that I would like the fact that the battery was nonremovable at first, but it really isn't that big of a deal. If you are looking for a phone to put in your pocket and you want good battery life all for less than $100 look no farther. I would recommend this to anyone looking to get out of the iPhone 4 or 4S. The Camera and screen are probably a little better than this phones are but that is it. I think that this phones smokes it everywhere else, especially battery.
Pros Compact Design, Optimal Display Size, Build Quality, Battery Life, Water Resistant, Micro SD slot can use a 64GB card, Can talk and surf the web simultaneosly
Cons No HDMI output, Could have made the display a higher resolution
Summary I have had this phone for about 3 weeks and I absolutely love it. The Razr M has a sleek compact design and fits easily in your pocket. The battery is giving me more than 20 hours of mixed use so it's truly an "all-day" phone. The overall size is a perfect fit for one hand texting and browsing. The 4.3" display size hits the sweet spot for form and function. Unlike the Iphone 5, I can talk and surf the web simultaneously. (The I-phone 5 can't do that on Verizon or Sprint networks.)It has NFC technology for potential mobile wallet use. It has a microSD slot for which I purchased a SanDisk 64GB MicroSDXC memory card (Category 10), formatted it within the Razr M and it works like a charm. (That's more than 70GB Total storage available on my Razr M). It's water resistant and the build quality is absolutely rock solid. Get the Razr M - you won't be disappointed!!!
Pros Nice camera and screen.
-Verizon blocked Google services
-Phone runs very hot
Summary Compared to my Samsung Alias, a basic phone, the RAZR had terrible reception, ran hotter, and had a much quieter maximum volume. As a phone, the RAZR was a major step down form a 4+ year old clamshell.
The RAZR's android experience was also lacking. My Samsung Galaxy mp3 player is nicer to use, despite running gingerbread. Verizon blocks some of the free Google services I've enjoyed on my Galaxy player- the gallery and camera on the RAZR only link to Verizon's own pay cloud storage instead of picasa/google+. This seems like a small gripe, but there were other little places the android experience was neutered by Verizon. Additionally Verizon pre-loaded pages of useless apps that are not delete-able, cluttering up the phone.
The phone is boxed up and heading back to Verizon. Good riddance.