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There are 3 comments on Terrier Tech: Droid Razr Maxx

    1. What separates motorola droids (and I take it you’re talking broadly across the brand) from all other manufacturers? The money they spend investing in the brand. You’ll probably find forums online full of people battling between the various brands and models, but I haven’t found from the user’s side of things any consistent advantage/disadvantage over another brand, unless we talk about pre-installed software and a penchant to make everything look like a Michael Bay production.

      I try not to get into pissing matches about processor speed or resolution, just because by de facto the latest and greatest will always be “the latest and greatest.”

  1. You know, it’s funny because most of the Droid phones we’ve reviewed all kind of blend together…except this one. In addition to everything we mentioned in the review, the MotoCast app is pretty cool and allows you to sync your phone with your desktop, much like iCloud. This is really the first phone we’ve reviewed that is on par with (if not better than) the iPhone. I’m not sure if that’s a Motorola thing or just a Razr Maxx thing, but it is by far the most impressive of the Droids that we’ve reviewed. Hope that helps!


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