Pros is has an ok battery life and is good some of the time.
Cons the data connection wont stay for more than 5 min at a time and keeps going white this phone isnt worth getting same as all the other droid phones the iphone doesnt do this.
Summary this phone is one of the worst phones ive had if your trying to watch youtube or netflix it keeps droping signal you normaly cant watch a 5 min vidio this phone sucks.
Pros Big Screen
Cons Google Voice Command does not work and the Android OS does not allow you to use any other application.
Android OS updates are pushed on you over and over again until you accept them.
Motorola tech support is unable to troubeshoot faulty OS software.
Summary I too really liked this phone (in 2012) until the Android OS update which took place a couple weeks ago. I would recommend avoiding this phone and probably all other Motorola phones since there are no fixes to the problems caused by the updated software.
Pros Battery life
Interface (Once learnt)
Radios (Clear signals and sound)
Cons Mediocre camera
Steep learning curve
Summary My first phone was the original HTC G1. I was with HTC until my Evo 3D. I did enjoy HTC, but wanted a different Android experience from their Sense overlay. The one thing about Sense is that it made things easy to navigate, but it's also limited what you could customize on the Android platform. After a week of frustration reorienting myself with Jelly Bean, I can officially say that I enjoy Android without Sense more than with Sense.
I also got to say that the battery is amazing, and is another area of weakness with HTC handsets. I recommend this phone to anyone looking for something different.
Pros - LOOOOONG battery life!
- Uncluttered Android 4.1 interface (almost stock).
- Very nice screen.
- Designed solid like a tank.
- Motorola Actions are great customization engine.
- Fast processor and lots of memory.
Cons - Camera quality is poor (typical of Motorola phones).
- SIM and micro-SD cards difficult to access.
- Quality of screen not the greatest.
Summary I can't say enough great things about this phone. Motorola has a hit with this phone! The design is about as close to Apple as you can get and still be Android--but this phone is far more durable than Apple phones are--and light years ahead of Samsung's cheap plastic! The Razr HD and HD Maxx just look good, and feel good, in the hand.
The battery life is absolutely the best of any Android phone I've ever used, hands down! Motorola's Actions app let's you take full control of your phone to even further maximize the battery life potential. Even on heavy use though, you won't drain this battery in a single day.
I will admit, the camera on this phone sucks. It's just cheap and of poor quality. I realize that Motorola went for durability and battery life here so they probably didn't think a good camera mattered--but for me it does--and if this phone had a good camera it'd be the perfect smartphone. The screen, while bright and large, doesn't have the best quality ever. There are other AMOLED screens that are far better in quality but even still this is a decent screen.
This phone is really just great overall and the fact that Motorola was wise and ditched "Moto Blur" and went with a nearly stock Android experience, just speaks to the quality thought put into this phone. People who travel and use their phone for long periods and people who are a little rough on their phones should really consider getting this phone... even though it's been out for quite a while now, it really can't be matched by any other Android phone in battery life and durability!
Pros -AMAZINGLY long battery life. I go almost 3 days on a single charge with normal use, or 24 hours with high use.
-Great weight and screen size
-Tons of storage capacity and option to add more storage via micro usb
-mini and micro usb charging ports
Cons -Camera quality is less than desired. Smart focus by default creates overly dark photos. Purple haze seen in center of image in some light conditions. Automatic white balance very poor.
Summary Overall, I completely love my new Droid Razr Maxx. The battery life certainly was the major factor in my decision to buy this phone, and continues to be what I love about it most. I used to carry my charger 24/7 with my droid X, but now that's a thing of the past, and I can even stream movies for hours with no worries of a dead battery.
On the flip side, I do use my phone as my primary camera, and I have been very disappointed with the camera quality.