Ill check that out. I hate the size of the droids which is the main reason why i like the razr. Idk if the extra 100 for the battery is worth it. Im not sure if ill use all that battery
I have the Razr currently and if I had to do it over again I would go with the Razr MAXX.
My day starts off at 4:30AM when I unplug my phone and turn it on. Then I'm at work from 6:00AM until 4:30PM. While at work, I get next to no signal and it really drains the battery. Then I get home around 5:00PM, use wireless tether, normal phone use, and it gets plugged in around 9:00PM. By then it's in the 5% battery range. During the work week I'm maxing out at 1 day (~16 hours) of light to moderate usage.
During the weekend, I'll unplug my phone on Saturday, use it like normal (which isn't a ton on the weekend), and I'll plug it in on Sunday night. It'll last me a couple days when I stay in an area with coverage.
Since most of my time is during the week at work, I wish the battery would last longer.
The difference for me was that android makers tend to abandon their devices, and when the new os comes out you are left in the dust. While apple tends to update their devices a lot longer for instance the iPhone 3Gs is running iOS 5.1 which is their latest os for their mobile devices. iOS And android are the same.. So go with what you want, I'm extremely happy with my iPhone and I don't feel a need to upgrade. best of luck!
IMHO, I like that they don't push the newest versions of Android to a phone that's not designed to run them. Did you ever try running the iPhone 3 when they pushed iOS 4 to the phone? The thing basically stoped responding it was so slow.
I don't think operating systems should be pushed to phones that don't have the computing power to run them. I wouldn't install Windows 7 on an 8 year old computer and expect it to run. You leave Windows XP on it and keep it going.