- 12-29-2011, 03:15 PM #26
- 12-29-2011, 03:19 PM #27
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- 12-29-2011, 03:21 PM #28
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- 12-29-2011, 10:44 PM #30
I'm curious to know what the Razr does that the 4S doesn't do. I spent 20 months with the Droid format. All I'll say there is I hope you're as happy with it a year from now.
Oh did I ask, what pray tell does the Razr do that the 4s doesn't (and BTW, I do not consider the 4s slow by any stretch on the imagination)? One thing I can say is the camera on the 4s is much better than the Razr (Yes, I took some time and spent over 30 min playing with one as I was considering it). The camera on the 4s is faster and generally functions better... but I digress, what does the Razr do? Inquiring minds want to know... One other thing... what phone I or anyone else owns has nothing to do with being a man... really now.
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- 12-30-2011, 11:31 AM #34
well, i've never used a (an)droid--i have looked at them in VzW to see if i'd ever consider one, and no i wouldnt--the OS is just not my cup of tea--are they nice phones-yes indeed for those that fulfill their needs. BUT one thing i do know about them is they are HUGE battery hogs !! My uncle & aunt have the htc evo and they need to charge at least twice during the day-depending on how much they use them. Thats un-acceptable to me considering i just had 1day 15hrs stand by and about 6hrs usage for my iphone before i plugged in to charge this morning now THATS acceptable to me
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- 12-30-2011, 01:53 PM #38iMore Intermediate
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The only benefits I've seen from using android (I have a Galaxy SII) are that they work phenomenally well with gmail integration, and that the majority of the apps you would want in the android market are free. (Free, however, doesn't mean that they are better quality than that of their iOS counterparts.) Personally, I use gmail which syncs flawlessly with my iPhone just as it does android. I have my contacts, notes, and calendars from gmail at my fingertips, without the need for an android phone. However, my iPhone gets substantially better battery life than my GSII, but in Samsung's defense, the GSII has the best battery of any android device that I've used. I find the android experience to me more frustrating than using iOS, ultimately making simpler tasks harder to complete. I'm very experienced in both iOS and android, and the way Apple does things is much smoother.
Another point, aside from software/hardware perspective is dealing with Motorola/Verizon customer support. Good luck with that buddy, I'll just go talk to my genius bar.
- 12-30-2011, 02:07 PM #39
Android apps are free in that you don't pay for them in a retail sale type transaction... you pay in entirely different ways... you are a set of eyes to display advertising to... you are a source of behavioral data to be mined and the results sold to the highest bidder... so much for 'free'...
My phone can function as a DLNA. I get 22 mb download speeds on LTE
Battery last longer then 4s and have more talk time!
TALK TIME (CONTINUOUS)2
up to 750 min.
1780 mAh Li Ion
up to 205 hrs.
And more. Smart functions, allows me to schedule my phone to behave certain ways at certain times and days and even allow ringers to shut off at 3pm right before i head to work m-f
- 12-30-2011, 06:03 PM #42
- 12-30-2011, 06:16 PM #43
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- 12-30-2011, 06:23 PM #44
- 12-30-2011, 06:31 PM #45
Dont kid yourself. VZW LTE has been nothing but good to me. They recently upgraded and its perfect now! of-course before the upgrade maybe 1-2 times a day for like 30 min. it would cut out to 3g but so what.
Iphone 4s on VZW network will get 1.5 MB speed, my razr on VZW nets me 18-22 MB download speed consistently.
Who needs a extended battery. Everywhere you go you have access to charge your phone. Car. office, work, home etc.. Battery has been good tome. Im only charging my phone like once every 2 days
And last let me add that you can pop the battery cover off and change the battery, just takes a little work
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