The simple life June 7, 2012
Its 2012,.. and I am slowly getting caught up with technology.
Now here's the thing, technology inventions are created to make our lives more simple and supposedly easier. But what usually happens is they end up with a big price tag which in most cases was not the original intent. Cable television was great when it first came out prices were low mtv was music videos, then greed stepped in. The same goes for internet and cell phones. Ever wonder why some companies can undercut the major service providers, and yes there quality of service may be a lil less then the major providers...but even with their low cost there still pulling in large revenue or they wouldn't be doing it. Up until last month my bill was $70 which I know is modest, I had Motorola razr v3r with a pretty basic plan 900 mins and $5 for 200 txts. It had what I wanted mp3 player and sd card storage. Last month the display began to fail due to normal wear and tear, I had it for about five years and only dropped it about 4 times and lost it only once ;-) Now with technology in mind I always connected my computer to my tv to use as a monitor and my tv to my computer to use as a dvr. And with my motorola razor dying it was time to get a new phone. I always thought the iphones were pretty cool, too cool actually so I avoided them like the plague because I knew I would be killing the battery constantly and always looking for a charge.
Amazingly enough, yes amazingly right when my razor died motorola released its second droid razor, I didn't even know there was a first. This second droid razor is a maxx. And it has just what I need a double size battery, so its pretty cool to have 50 percent power which is actually equivalent to yes, you guessed it,...100 percent power.
What I really like about it, and there are so many things but, it has an hdmi out port so I can plug it into my tv, I can plug into my computer and that is awesome! And if I want I can use it as a wifi hotspot. My big whole fatty blah blah point is,.. I just switched to geico ;-) really though my point is this,... no more cable bill, no more internet bill, it's 2012lve. Hmm,..let's see cable w/internet
$100 + celly $70 multi by 12 equals $2040.00 considering that my phone plans more than adequate at $100 dollars a month if I do have an occasional overage $125 I'm still ahead of the game. Of course there were some incidentals involved such as, a hd antenna which get me 25 channels and also some additional hdmi cables. Its 2012 And staying with the flow of technology life can be a little easier and less expensive as long as you are willing to put a little time into it.
The Real Deal on the Maxx June 2, 2012
Reviewer: Logan H
This phone is the top of the line. If you want good battery life and the great customization of the DROID line look no further
DISPLAY: The screen on the phone is great. The super AMOLED screen looks beautiful under any circumstance. For those who do not know, the super AMOLED screen makes black look stunning. So that is why the UI typically will have a dark background which really does make the other colors pop. Have no fear about comparing this screen to the iPhone, in reality they are quite similar. The iPhone is slightly better for practically the same. The RAZR wins for the size of the screen. IMPORTANT: I have 6'3 large handed the phone is great for me however if you are smaller please handle the phone first it is large the display is large you may struggle to text especially if you use the landscape mode.
BATTERY: Here is the real deal on the battery life. It will last the whole for most anyone but that is it. Heavy users report about 6 or 7 hours from the original RAZR. The Maxx having 85% more batter life will get your around 11 or 12 hours. These reviews where people go to bed with 70% battery at 18 hours so not use their phone. 5 HOURS IS MY ESTIMATED screen on time for a full charge. I get slightly less than 6 hours of screen on time for the charge. And I am a pretty heavy user meaning that my phone is in use for 4-5 hours in a day. The charge lasts all day and that is a huge feat for smart phones but don't expect these impossible battery life's from people who don't use their phone. This phone definitely kills the iPhone in this department great battery life realistically just some people have blown it out of proportion.
UI: If your new to DROID and worried about not being tech savvy enough for DROID here's some help. If you don't know which is faster 3g or 4g .. or if a megabyte or gigabyte is larger ... or don't know anyone that knows what RAM stands for... you may want to consider the iPhone. If you have ever heard of a macro or can write one you will most likely be able to to full advantage of this phone and all it has to offer. The smart actions which are like easy macros (if this .. then do this statements for your phone) which can be really helpful. If below 10% battery then turn off data and GPS and screen light and Wi-Fi to conserve battery. Everything is really well laid out and will only get better with the new DROID update coming.
PHONE: as far as call quality goes it is great as most new phones these days. No dropped calls for the month I've owned it and great quality the entire time even in sketchy service areas. The texting is surpurb. I wrote this entire thing on my maxx without any discomfort. For us very large handed people the landscape mode allows for large buttons with almost no mistake. And Swype texting is fun when your phone flat on a table and you only have one finger available takes some getting used to though. Compares to the iPhone this phone is the same. I enjoy it more because of the screen size because of my large hands.
Finally this phone is as good as it gets. Since everyone knows someone with the iPhone I tried to use some.comparisons. Definitely get this phone if your large handed and tech savvy. Consider this phone if you felt one in the store and know someone who knows a little about computers. I like this phone more than the iPhone because of the customization of the DROID and the larger screen.
Best 4G smartphone out there! Surpasses Iphone. May 15, 2012
Reviewer: Snapdragon (Texas) -
BOY, DO I love my new RAZR 4G smartphone!! Got mine, but was skeptical as had a Droid X before that I loved GPS on. I had tried to upgrade 11/2011 and had to return the
Droid because the speaker was lousy and we use GPS all the time (priority for us). April 2012 I went in to try to upgrade again and got the RAZR, but almost bought the
Bionic. My salesperson told me that I should get the RAZR (she loved hers) and I would not be dissapointed -- and I am not. It is wonderful. First I checked out speaker,
and it is VERY LOUD in the car when GPSing. (critical point). Secondly, the phone is thinner, and lighter in weight, and bigger screen in size than the Iphone, but
comfortable and fits into a purse slot easily. Not heavy as not as much metal, more plastic and seems to be more "protected" from glass breakage. The touch screen is much easier to handle, but then you can go over to the keypad screen (touch) and the letters are much bigger if you need that. The battery life is VERY good, but I also bought a pocket Motorola battery charger gizmo, for times when I might be in a Mall, Concert, anywhere I could not re-charge my phone. It's great! That charger is a must for emergencies. (tiny, fits into my purse and very thin). The RAZR 4G is fast! Very fast and going from 3G to 4G is no problem. Still 4G is fastest and in most big areas now. As compared to the Iphone, my grand-daughter told me the GPS on her Iphone sucks and is never right causing her terrible frustration as her speaker is not loud enough. The GPS service is not Google-based, so it's not like the Android, --
which is tops, and cannot be beat. Most commands on the RAZR are voice-controlled to find things, including GPS navigation, addresses, etc. I love this! It will type by
voice control onto email, texting, and just about anything...and it finds it for you in a split second! Easy to make calls by voice. I can't believe this phone is so good.
As compared with Iphone, it is "faster" when you put themm side by side, so it far excels the Iphone.
LOVE-LOVE-LOVE IT, AND YOU WILL TOO. DON'T HESTITATE AS THIS IS THE BEST ANDROID PHONE OUT THERE AND NO COMPARISON WITH APPLE. BETTER!
Switched to RAZR MAXX from Galaxy Nexus March 15, 2012
After having the Samsung Galaxy Nexus for 3 days it was obvious that I made a mistake. That phone would drop data and phone service consistently throughout the day. The battery was also pretty weak...lucky to make it through the standard work day. These are the two most common complaints I read from other Galaxy users. I wish I would have read the "bad" reviews prior to upgrading.
With that said, I am glad that Amazon Wireless was willing to swap the phone out for the RAZR MAXX. The call quality, reception (data and phone), and batter life are so much better! If anyone is trying to decide between the Galaxy Nexus and the RAZR MAXX don't waste your time. The RAZR is far superior. The only thing that I miss about the Samsung is Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), which is a great OS but not if the phone itself doesn't work.
When ICS makes it's way over to the RAZR MAXX at some point it will pretty much make the Galaxy Nexus obsolete.
Love it! March 8, 2012
Reviewer: John Bryan
This phone performs as expected. Has very good battery life and is FAST! So far I've had very few problems. Most of them were learning curves but if you know anything about computing or smart phones it's a small curve. The second night I had the phone it went dead. I thought it was a goner but I found help on the internet. If your phone appears to have died, plug in the charger for about an hour and then push the Power button the Volume Down button together for about 10 seconds. The phone should reboot in about a minute. Haven't had the problem since. It appears that some apps will cause this initially but after the reboot they work fine.
DON'T BUY A PHONE FROM AMAZON! May 14, 2013
Reviewer: Michael M. "Mike" (Spicer, MN) -
Great product until you have trouble. When you call Amazon, they give you the run around. Then they tell you that they are only the vendor. Some vendor! When I bought two of these phones plus a Verizon plan, Amazon was happy to take my money. But when my son's phone got wet because of a prank his friend pulled, the phone was rendered useless. All Amazon said was, call Motorola, we are just the vendor. Apparently being just the vendor does NOT include sending out all the paperwork necessary for an insurance plan. They DID tell me that if I cancel service for this phone they (Amazon) would charge me $400 for the Verizon service. DON'T BUY A PHONE FROM AMAZON!
Be smarter than I was. Go to the company who makes the phone. Amazon is "only a vendor."
Had problems my Samsung stratosphere didn't. May 9, 2013
Reviewer: Ben Dover
First of all, I bought this phone for the battery life. So far in the 2 weeks or so I've had it the battery has honestly been a joke. 2 days I got about 10 hrs, The rest I got around 5 or 6. That's with moderate use. That's On Par with my stratosphere that this replaced. This is a phone that promises 8 hrs of constant use ie video streaming. With that in mind to get 10 hrs on a charge is a disappointment to say the least. Not to mention it has shut itself off 3 times & lags now & then. Again this is a disappointment for a phone with a dual core 1.2ghz processor. I'll confess I am another of those whose had multiple smartphones & not been happy, but for the price Veri$on charges I reserve the right to be a little picky. If that's not enough, the ringer keeps resetting to about 50%. fortunately I have Tasker & smart actions (which doesn't do anything Tasker doesn't) setup to detect the volume level & reset it. I'm now understanding why Verizon made this end-of-life so soon. Do yourself a favor. Don't get this phone.
Very Durable & Works Great March 24, 2013
I've had my Razr Maxx a while now, and have been very pleased with it. I've never need a special case to protect this phone. I have dropped it from my shirt pocket onto concrete or tile many times without damage. I do not have to worry if I am outside in the rain or washing a car, etc. Last night I lost it outside, and didn't realize it until this morning. It lay in the grass, in light rain and mist all night. I found it this morning, put it on the charger, and everything works great.
Broken sim card door March 20, 2013
Meh. This phone is not worth it The size is good for someone with big hands, but the touchscreen is not very sensitive. Plus, it is kinda slow. My girlfriend's 3g iphone seems faster.
Also, a few months after I bought the phone, the simcard door started popping open. I didn't drop it or anything. Now I have it jury-rigged with scotch tape. Don't waste your time on this phone.
The one that works is pretty good. March 8, 2013
OK, so I ordered 2 Razr Maxx phones, one for myself and one for my kid (they were a penny each, cant beat that!). They arrived together a few days after ordering. One phone (my kid's) worked just fine. Mine, however, was totally defective. Like, completely whack. Not only did it have that infamous "no sim card" error, the touch screen was all squirrely. No matter which character you pressed a totally different character would appear. Master reset did nothing. I had to send the damn thing back...I'm still waiting for my replacement.
In other news, I have taken over my kid's phone as I cannot be without my connection to the outside world, so I've had the chance to explore this phone. It's big. Too big, actually. I have large hands (i think) for a chick and I definitely cant hold this thing with one hand and effectively use it. It's impossible. There will be NO single hand texting for me, or most of you, I would think. I'm learning to balance it with just my fingertips on the back and the side closest to me pressed into my hand. It's only a matter of time before I drop it and shatter the screen.
My kid put a password on his phone and sometimes the phone will not display the keypad to unlock it. It just lets you unlock as if it didnt have a password. Camera is great. Not overly thrilled w/the texting function. I have it set on swype and to auto-space after each word but it doesn't always create a space. :(
Verizon is so much better than Sprint! My service is super fast. I was able to google the closest UPS store, pick the most conveniently located spot (GPS didnt take 47 years to find me!), and get directions, all while waiting for the elevator at the parking garage. It was like a commerical. Awesome.
Operating System Is Total Junk February 26, 2013
I had two Razr Maxx phones in two weeks, both ordered from Amazon, and both returned to Amazon. Amazon's customer service is outstanding. Motorola's operating system for this phone is total junk. Here's what happened:
Razr Maxx #1
Operating system appeared to crash after 3 days of use. Stock operating system. Phone was not rooted. Unresponsive when switching to camera within apps (whatsapp, handcent, facebook etc), and would often completely freeze, requiring a hard reset (hold down power and vol down rocker). Phone was sometimes completely unresponsive after resetting...requiring another hard reset. Spotify app often hung and required a hard reset unless I wanted to wait 5+ minutes, assuming the phone didn't just reset on its own, and then become unresponsive, which required another hard reset. I'm sure you see the pattern. The phone finally crashed on the 3rd day of use, after opening Spotify. Hard reset rendered the phone unresponsive. Held down the power button, the LED started flashing red, and the phone made an irritating repetitive sound for a couple minutes, then stopped. Phone then booted, loaded the OS, worked for a few minutes, then reset itself. Rinse and repeat. I knew I had hit the wall at this point, so I contacted Amazon and returned the phone. A replacement was shipped within 2 days (awesome!).
Razr Maxx #2
I had all of the same problems as Razr Maxx #1, except the OS didn't crash on this phone. And so, I sent this pile of junk right back to Amazon, again, post-haste.
I'm back to using my old phone, which is a Droid X, that has worked like a champ since day one. That's why I chose to go with Motorola again for my next data phone. MISTAKE. After this experience, I can tell you with confidence that I will never again own a Motorola phone. Ever.
Excellent Device. November 26, 2012
Reviewer: Ambassador Soval (Harvard, IL) -
I have had two motorola phones and two iPhones before purchasing the Droid Razr Maxx. I had the Droid X and Droid X2. Both were good phones, but battery life wasn't the greatest and I wanted something more than Gingerbread had to offer. So, from there I bought the iPhone 4 and eventually the iPhone 4S. Battery life on those wasn't the best and iOS did not have the same functionality of Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Droid Razr Maxx has been my favorite smartphone to date.
-Superb battery life: It easily lasts me all day. I watch a lot of video on it, so I have to charge it every night. However, I don't have to charge it midday like I had to for my iPhone 4S.
-Ice Cream Sandwich: Android 4.0 running on the Maxx is one of the least customized versions of Android. The slight tweaks that Motorola has made generally improve the use of the device.
-MicroSD card slot: It seems as if the microSD card slot is disappearing. It is nice to see Motorola included it on the Maxx.
-Excellent Call Quality: I get excellent Verizon coverage where I live, so my device has no problem keeping connected. Calls are quite good.
-Bloatware: Verizon has loaded this device with bloatware. Thankfully, most of it can be either removed or disabled.
-Screen: qHD resolution is a bit disappointing coming from the retina display on the iPhone. When viewing the screen up close, you can distinguish the individual pixels. Being Super AMOLED, bright colors are very vibrant. However, some colors appear washed out, such as skin tone. In direct sunlight, the screen is barely visible even with brightness at 100%. Overall, the screen isn't the best, but it is usable.
-Rear camera: Motorola's camera technology has not changed much since the Droid X. The camera takes pretty good outdoor shots, but struggles in low-light situations.
Overall, the Droid Razr Maxx is a decent device. I would definitely recommend it to someone looking for a relatively low cost phone with the superb battery life. If money is not an issue, get the Droid Razr Maxx HD.
Love my HTC Incredible, but time to go 4G...... November 19, 2012
Reviewer: Brian R. Thurier
I got my HTC Incredible two years ago for free through a promotion at Best Buy. It was my first entry in the smartphone world and I will always love that phone. It performed every day and every night with no hitches. Still on the original battery after two years, and I'm sure I could go even longer.
I got my Motorola Razr Maxx today through Amazon Wireless and after a little confusion with the SIM card and Verizon's activation process(this was the first phone I activated myself), this thing is just amazing. So user friendly and man is this thing fast. The 4G is super fast and even my wi-fi at home is blazing fast on this phone. The one feature I like the most is the one that will switch you to an available wifi network to save you from killing yourself on data charges on the 4G network. It is a BIG phone,almost too big, but you wont hear me complaining. My only complaint about the whole process is that I bought this phone Friday night for $69.99 and NOW I see they lowered the price to $44.99 on here and are giving it away for FREE at Best Buy on Black Friday with a 2-year activation.
only one problem November 8, 2012
Reviewer: C. Pitts
if i had waited a little longer to upgrade i could have gotten this phone free at best buy.... why do i always have the worst luck.
i have had a ton of fun playing games without any issues on my new maxx. i upgraded from a very outdated droid x and i can feel the difference. no matter how fast i use my phone it is very responsive and doesnt freeze.
Smart phone at great price October 13, 2012
I purchased this phone through amazon wireless as an upgrade after I dropped my iPhone and the screen shattered. I had never used a droid before, but for the amazing price I decided.to try it out. This did take more time to learn to use and I am still.learning new things about it everyday. After the learning curve, I have found this phone to be very similar to many other higher end smart phones. It does more than my iPhone (like facial recognition) and has most of the features the Samsung Galaxy III does. I am very happy with this.phone! It has amazing battery life, better than my iphone! I'm also very happy with the fact that I purchased it from amazon wireless, they are so wonderful to work with and I will continue to.purchase.phones.from them in the future! The bottom line is: if you are in the market for a new smart phone, you. Can't go wrong with this.one, and purchasing.it from amazon wireless is a great idea. If you are thinking about switching from an iPhone, do it and you won't be disappointed!
incredible device. September 9, 2012
Reviewer: J. Saunders
Best thing out there. Amazing battery life. Latest update. Camera beats out iPhone by a lot. Wish it had the screen display of the iPhone 4+, but it's pretty darn close.
The best Android phone I've used, period. August 31, 2012
Reviewer: Kevin from Jax (Jacksonville, Florida) -
I upgraded to the Razr Maxx from an HTC Thunderbolt last week, and the difference between the two phones couldn't be more stark.
I originally bought the HTC Thunderbolt in May 2011, very shortly after it was released. It was Verizon's first 4G LTE handset, and I honestly think they were in a hurry to get it to market. In any case, from the very outset, I had problems with the phone; namely the battery life and random (and frequent reboots). From the beginning, I was never able to go more than 6 hours without having the battery drain into the yellow. I even purchased a 1620mA battery to replace the 1400mA stock battery, with hopes that I might be able to eke a few more hours out of it before I had to recharge. Nothing doing.
In short, I had to plan my day around keeping my phone charged.
But then I came due for an upgrade, and having read about the Razr Maxx and its unprecedented battery life (it has a 3300mA battery - twice the capacity of my HTC's), I figured this might be the definitive solution to my single biggest complaint about my Thunderbolt. So I pulled the trigger last week, and after $199 and a new two-year contract, the Razr Maxx was mine (along with a Motorola Elite Sliver Bluetooth headset).
After a week with the phone, I can say that I am overwhelmingly satisfied with it.
First and foremost, battery life: where I was getting maybe 6 hours out of my Thunderbolt - even with minimal use - before it needed to be charged, I'm getting through an entire day with the Maxx, and with heavier use (hey, it's a new toy, gotta play!). This week, I've unplugged at 6am each day, kept it off the charger all day, and when I've plugged back in at midnight or so (18 hours off charge!), my indicator has still shown no lower than 60%. Earlier this week, just to experiment, I took it off the charger at 6am, kept it off the charger all day and all night, then plugged back in the following night when the indicator finally ground down to 10% - all in all, almost 40 hours on a single charge. For Motorola to be able to pack this much battery life into such a slim phone should be a wakeup call to other smartphone manufacturers: there is no excuse for marketing a phone whose battery can't get you through an entire day of moderate use. In terms of battery life, the Razr Maxx is the standard by which all other smartphones will be measured. Right now, no other smartphone comes close, and test after test bears this out. Just read the reviews online and you'll see what I mean.
Other thoughts . . .
Many early adopters of the Razr (non-Maxx version) are somewhat miffed at Motorola and Verizon. The standard Razr sports a 1780mA battery, just over half the size of the Maxx's. Battery life on the standard Razr is apparently decent, but nowhere near what we're getting with the Maxx. The kicker is, the Maxx was released only a few months after the Razr was introduced, and I can't help but wonder how many Razr owners would've opted for it instead, had they had that option.
The phone takes a few hours to reach full charge if you've run the battery really low. That's probably just a fact of life when you've got a battery this large, In any case, it's a small price to pay, given the extraordinary battery life.
The display on the Maxx is beautiful. It's a 540x960 superAMOLED, and while some of the videophile technogeeks out there are underwhelmed, I think it's great, and you likely will too.
The phone was launched with the Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread) OS, and mine was shipped with that same OS. But v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is now available, and I updated to that as soon as I got the phone home from the store. If your phone does ship with Gingerbread, run the update before you add any apps, make sure you have a full battery when you do (you don't want to run out of juice in the middle of an update), and do a factory data reset (FDR) as soon as the update is complete. The whole process will take maybe an hour if you're in a strong 4G market. I didn't have Gingerbread long enough to be able to compare it with Ice Cream Sandwich, but the consesus seems to be that the newer OS is much better.
The stock keyboard is much nicer than my HTC's, and the predictive text works a lot better.
The 8MP camera is nice, but not as nice on my HTC's. The colors are a little muted to me, but that's entirely subjective. If you really felt raw about it, you could increase color saturation in individual pics on your computer.
Ergonomically, the phone is great. It's extrememly thin, though it's a tad thicker than the standard Razr, given the much larger battery. And I love the Kevlar backplate, even though it's nothing more than a marketing gimmick. It sure won't stop a bullet.
There are reports that the screen is somewhat delicate, and will crack more easily than on other phones. I bought a silicone cover for mine, and I recommend you do the same. The phone comes with Corning Gorilla Glass, which is apprently scratch-resistant. I don't bother with screen protectors, though many people swear by them.
Turn-by-turn navigation worked flawlessly the couple times I tried it.
Keep your phone set to WiFi whenever you can. It eats up less battery than 3G/4G, and if you're on a tiered data plan, it saves data charges as well.
Overall, this is far and away the nicest phone I've ever owned or even handled. It's functioned absolutely perfectly in the week that I've had it, without a single glitch so far. Most important, for the first time since I've owned smartphones, I don't have to worry about being away from a charger all day.
Best Android phone due to long battery life August 13, 2012
i tested this running a 9 hour you tube video. it still left me with 10 percent battery life which was good for almost 2 hours talk time.
The Battery!! It has around 1300 mins talk time vs 420 or so for the iphone4. Most phones average around 400 mins. You just cannot beat this battery life.
The latest Android operating systemis very fast and responsive
good Space for Apps, Great 8 megapixel camera
Cons: Cant think of any. Its the best phone i've owned and when its time to reup my contract, if the replacement phone doesnt at least come close to this battery life.. im keeping the Razr Maxx.
Best phone I have owned to date. June 24, 2012
Reviewer: Brian Fredrick (Watertown, WI) -
I have owned my fair share of phones including: the Nokia 1100 with Tracfone, LG Chocolate with Verizon, LG Flare with Virgin Mobile, Blackberry Bold 9000 & 9700 with AT&T, LG Optimus Slider with Virgin Mobile again, and finally the Droid Razr Maxx with Verizon. Of all of these service providers, Verizon Wireless has provided me with the widest, most reliable service and coverage. Their prices are on par with AT&T's pricing, which, if you opt for a smartphone, will be around $110/month with 450 voice minutes, unlimited text messaging, and 4GB of data. Virgin mobile and Tracfone are far cheaper, but for me, the service just didn't seem to be reliable or consistent enough.
As far as the phone goes, it has everything I would want in a smartphone: long battery life, great service, good speakers, a very good and responsive on-screen keyboard with options for multi-touch or Swype, an amazing HD display with auto-rotation, the Android market, a 1.2GHZ Dual-Core Processor, 16GB of internal storage and 16GB of external storage, GPS and location services, front and rear facing cameras, and a Micro-USB and HDMI port. The battery is non-removable, which may be a concern for some. Personally, I have had no issues with this. The form factor remains very thin and took me a while to get used to for typing and phone operation, but this is a personal issue. I was initially worried about moving to an all-touch phone because my previous two phones had physical keyboards as well as touchscreens, however the larger screen provides a better onscreen keyboard/touch experience than the others. It is very reactive with word-prediction/correction and auto-capitalization.
Overall, I am extremely satisfied with the phone's features and Verizon's service. It is a little more expensive than many of the other phones/providers, but in the end, I feel that it is definitely worth the price. I highly recommend the Droid Razr Maxx to anyone who wants a high powered, long lasting smartphone with the Android OS/Market.
Owned for a while now, best phone ever!!! June 21, 2012
Reviewer: ANTHONY BLANK
Best phone I have ever owned, just waiting for Ice Cream Sandwich then it will be near perfect! Battery life is fantastic, durable and I have dropped it multiple times and it still works just great, couldn't have asked for a better phone. (unless it already had Ice Cream Sandwich)