09-17-2013 02:52 PM
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  1. anthony2558's Avatar
    I had the original droid RAZR maxx and loved it. Always got a full 24hrs of battery life, never needed to charge during the day, and the build quality was great. I could only imagine the new one is even better. I'm getting the Moto X tho, since I have left Verizon for T-Mobile.

    Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 2
    09-15-2013 07:18 PM
  2. Prince William Phillips's Avatar
    Different strokes from different folks. .. to each his own

    Sent from my GT-I9082 using Tapatalk 4
    09-15-2013 07:26 PM
  3. russel5150's Avatar
    Anthony2558,

    I had the original RAZR maxx and I loved it too. My oldest girl still has hers. Your right they are built tough and this new maxx only continues the strong line..

    Using my Moto Droid Maxx
    09-16-2013 12:31 AM
  4. dad2paisley's Avatar
    I have the Motto X for 1 week. I like it for the most part. I like the HTC One a bit better.
    09-16-2013 10:31 AM
  5. YAYTech's Avatar
    My only disappointments in the Maxx when I bought it have been quickly disappearing:

    - Wifi tethering was blocked. Now that root is available (and easy), it's easy to turn on wifi tethering
    - Square mobile payments weren't working. I've found a Paypal Here reader that works now, and Motorola has stated they will have a fix in an upcoming software update so that Square and other credit card readers will work as well.

    It might be nice if it were slightly thinner, or slightly lighter, but it's not overly thick or heavy either, and it's totally worth not having the thinnest or lightest phone when it means I don't have think about my battery anymore. I plug it in every night anyway, and I generally have around half the battery left at the end of the day, without doing anything to try to conserve power.
    09-16-2013 11:08 AM
  6. russel5150's Avatar
    My only disappointments in the Maxx when I bought it have been quickly disappearing:

    - Wifi tethering was blocked. Now that root is available (and easy), it's easy to turn on wifi tethering
    - Square mobile payments weren't working. I've found a Paypal Here reader that works now, and Motorola has stated they will have a fix in an upcoming software update so that Square and other credit card readers will work as well.

    It might be nice if it were slightly thinner, or slightly lighter, but it's not overly thick or heavy either, and it's totally worth not having the thinnest or lightest phone when it means I don't have think about my battery anymore. I plug it in every night anyway, and I generally have around half the battery left at the end of the day, without doing anything to try to conserve power.
    I'm not trying to go against your opinion, but I can't see the phone still being comfortable if it was any thinner. I'm coming from the note2 with an otter box defender case so to me the maxx was much thinner and lighter.. I know people like thin phones now days.. But I'll take stronger construction and the battery weight over being so thin.

    To me the maxx is just about the right size. I have a bumper on mine that just adds to how well it feels without being too thin or too bulky.. But its just my opinion

    Using my Moto Droid Maxx
    09-17-2013 02:52 PM
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