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  • SleepyFE - Wednesday, September 05, 2012 - link

    That's what i wanna see, something that is small and competent. There really isn't any other good phones, that are also small, out there. Everyone puts a huge screen on their high end devices and all the small screen phones are low end. Hope to see more such phones in the future. Reply
  • xTRICKYxx - Wednesday, September 05, 2012 - link

    When I think of a phone with a 4+ inch screen device, I always think of a phone larger than an iPhone. This is a really refreshing look! I understand why Motorola didn't make the RAZR M have an HD screen (to appeal to the RAZR HD and MAXX HD) but it would be cool to see smaller and smaller bezels! Reply
  • Belard - Thursday, September 06, 2012 - link

    Yep... agreed. A phone about the size of the iPhone is best for pockets and holding - even with a bigger screen. Keep in mind... that iPhone is a 3.5" screen, but its not as wide-screen as that Droid M.

    Odd... why compare performance of this cell phone with tablets?
  • Lucian Armasu - Thursday, September 06, 2012 - link

    Do you feel like they could've made it even more compact (maybe as compact as the iPhone 4S, but with 4" screen), if they didn't have to put that Verizon logo in there? I remember when they made the Droid X, they made the bottom part much bigger just to put the Verizon logo in there. Reply
  • shabby - Thursday, September 06, 2012 - link

    Are you suggesting that if you take the phone apart there's a section under the logo that's empty of any parts? Come on, every nook and cranny is used up inside the phone.
    However there is a possibility that they rather make a phone taller/thinner and have branding space than making it thicker/shorter and have no branding space.
  • adriaaaaan - Monday, September 10, 2012 - link

    my stock galaxy nexus gets 1500~ in sunspider in JB stock browser and my transformer prime gets 1100-1200~ ms in chrome. Yet the faster s4 processor gets 1954 in chrome?? Also can we please see all benches in chrome from now on? It might make the scores a little fairer between versions. Reply
  • Chava - Monday, September 17, 2012 - link

    This phone is really exciting to me. Anand, will you be giving a more thorough review for the this phone later? Reply
  • Hrobertgar - Tuesday, October 30, 2012 - link

    I actually just got the phone last night after my original Driod from ~ Feb-2010 had problems. My first impression of the Droid RAZZR M is that the screen is too dim. This morning I was caught at a light and wanted to check soemthing. With my sunglasses on I could not tell if the phone was on or not. Even without my sunglasses it was difficult to tell in the sunlight coming thru the window. Later on at 80% brightness the screen was only marginally readable in sunlight. I will give it another go with max brightness, but if i cannot comfortably read the phone in direct sunlight then it is unusale to me.

    I am not a power phone user, usability is going to be more important to me than raw scores, and screen readability is tops there as it is the user interface.
  • MichaelEvans - Monday, December 24, 2012 - link

    I wish the battery makers could ALL make as big advances as do the makers of other parts because that's where most phone problems are. I've got my LG phone on AT&T’s 4GLTE for working with large graphic design files and even with that speed it's all I can do to send a project to one client (local, in New York!) without draining the damn battery. Reply

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