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    Article: INTRODUCING: Motorola Droid RAZR HD and Motorola Droid RAZR M

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    Haven't been impressed with the looks of the RAZR 'til these.

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    I'm not impressed yet, due to Motorola having such a crappy service out here. But the design seems ok although I see Samsung elements all over.

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    Uh oh. I smell lawsuits.

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    Nope, I don't think so. Google (Motorola) have a 'you scratch my back I'll scratch yours' type of bond with Samsung. Well, that's today. Maybe tomorrow will be different...

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    Moto = locked bootloader unless you buy the dev version.

    C'mon Google...get those boitloaders unlocked for all.

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    There were days before smartphones, when Motorola was the mobile to wish for, because it was small (I am talking about the first flip in the late '80s early 90's) compared to the competition, and really reliable, and before the smartphones really took off the small Motorola phones were always the best to use, especially when traveling worldwide. The problem was though they sat on their laurels much like RIM and took a long time to get into the smartphone market, even losing some of their reputation for good signal and reliability. These new phones look rather nice, but I read that they don't have the latest OS on them, which seems silly especially as they are owned by Google.
    For the consumer the more competition the better, provides everyone the capability of choosing the phone that best suites them.

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    To date the worst quality phone I've owned was a Motorola v550 (I think). Couldn't keep a call. 45 seconds after connecting it would drop. Man that was a long week.

    I had a razr but lost interest after getting it. Thought it would be cool but the novelty of the thinness wore off quickly.

    Cass had the cliq 2 and it couldn't have custom Tom's installed.

    At this point i see the battery as the only positive on the new devices. They honestly dont offer me anything over what i enjoy with the samsung devices.

    Thanks to Del i even have the clock widget.

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    My first phone: Motorola Micro-Tack. What a wonderful brick! Every time it fell the battery would fly and I experimented with that until the small screen flew too. Good days ...
    you don't have to thank me Jay. But thanks anyway!

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