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[Q] Help Buying Motorola Razr M Vs Razr Xt912

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Hey watch these Pics Of the device u can identify it >>>
Real deal. What's up with the yellow mark on the back?

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How much screen on time u getting on Driod razar M...?
 
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How much screen on time u getting on Driod razar M...?
My RAZR M is not configured for daily use so I can't tell, but as a WiFi hotspot, it lasts ~1 hour longer than my Xperia SP, which has an even bigger battery.

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Wink Hmm i dono know

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Real deal. What's up with the yellow mark on the back?

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Dont Know i havent seen it Yet When i see it then i ll tell u
 
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My RAZR M is not configured for daily use so I can't tell, but as a WiFi hotspot, it lasts ~1 hour longer than my Xperia SP, which has an even bigger battery.

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But in which Price Should i buy it

Here Its on 105 $ Is it worth on it ?
 
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But in which Price Should i buy it

Here Its on 105 $ Is it worth on it ?
I bought mine for ~$70. Like-new ones typically sells for ~$85 here. If you have no other places to look for, then I guess $105 is fine.

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They don't melt on the store shelf... Just in your hands.
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