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Droid RAZR Review

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1st December 2011, 04:36 AM   |  #1  
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Just started up a new site covering apps, phones, etc and for the first phone I decided to go with my Droid RAZR!

Just looking to get general feedback on the review and site for future reviews. Thanks!

http://www.attackofthetech.com/home/...zr-review.html

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1st December 2011, 05:04 AM   |  #2  
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Great read, let me note the spelling right away so you can fix it up "mamo coating" should be nano.

It's hard to review a review because it's very important that it remains the way you like it. The following is just stuff that I like to see when I go looking.

- I like the info provided. It comes across as personal and that's kinda what ends up being missed in a lot of reviews. Good Job.
- When I go looking for a review I quickly scan the page to see how in-depth it is, pictures, graphs, specs, comparisons etc. It looks a bit short on initial scan. It may be worth while to add some specs in an easy and quick to read format. Maybe even borrow some pics from some place.
- You provided full size pics, that's great but I think they are too big and when expanded they are kinda blurry. It may be worth while to keep them to a medium-large size and keep the sharpness. You'll save drive space as well.
- Maybe a couple more pics of the body, since in this particular phone it's shape is the best part.
- The really important things like battery etc should be mentioned.
- The Smart Actions app is what people would have heard about when researching the RAZR. It would be cool to mention it a bit if possible.
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Thanks for the feedback. That's a good point you made about the pictures. I will make a note of that. And the specs.

I have a picture of smart actions and I was going to include it but decided not to. Will include the picture and some info on it.

I'm going to revise the review tomorrow!

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Hi,

I am considering buying the Droid Razr and was wondering if the device is global ready. Will i be able to use this phone outside the US (like say in India)?

Really appreciate your inputs on this.

Thanks
1st December 2011, 06:28 PM   |  #5  
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I saw no issues with the way the phone displays colors or how it displays with the Pen-tile display. I own 2 other phones and the phones picture and sound quality are as good as iphone 4S and captivate.
Battery life is superb. I am very much looking forward to ICS.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by hoorrus

Hi,

I am considering buying the Droid Razr and was wondering if the device is global ready. Will i be able to use this phone outside the US (like say in India)?

Really appreciate your inputs on this.

Thanks

I believe I read that the Droid RAZR is capable of being a world phone but has what's needed switched off on the chip.
2nd December 2011, 02:43 AM   |  #8  
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I want to get this phone. Hope I have luck with it.

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