CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Physical keyboard vs. Long battery life. Dear Maggie,I am really torn. I am a Verizon Wireless customer. I'm eligible for a new phone, and I am looking for a new Google Android smartphone. I've been using the Droid 2. Now I am considering getting the Droid 4 or the Razr Maxx. I really like having a physical keyboard. And I'm not sure I want to give that up. But I've heard great things about the Razr Maxx and its long battery life. So which should I chose?.
Thanks,Nate, Dear Nate,Your dilemma comes down to a very fundamental choice, Do you want a physical keyboard more than you want a better battery life?, The Droid 4 and the Razr Maxx are both 4G LTE devices, And many of the other specs on the devices match up as well, They each have 8-megapixel cameras, They use the same dual-core 1.2GHz GHz processor, The biggest difference between the devices is the the no case iphone 8 Droid 4 has the physical keyboard, and the Razr Maxx, as you mentioned, has a bigger and longer-lasting battery..
Each of these devices supports 4G LTE, which is great. That means you'll be able to download Web pages and e-mail much faster than on a 3G network. On average, Verizon says that users get between 10Mbps and 12 Mbps download speeds on 4G, which is much faster than typical 3G service. But the one downside to all this speed is that most devices on a 4G LTE network have terrible battery life. In fact, I'd say the No. 1 complaint among 4G device owners is that their battery doesn't generally last them through the day. They must recharge their devices, even when they aren't using it much, because the 4G network eats up the power so much.
Thanks to its standard Li-ion 3300 mAh battery, the Droid Razr Maxx is able to provide significantly more battery life than any other 4G LTE phone on the market, In terms of raw specs, Motorola claims that the Droid Razr Maxx offers up to 21.5 hours of talk time and up to 380 hours of standby time, Meanwhile, the Droid 4 uses a standard Li-Ion 1785 mAh battery that can give up to 12.5 hours of continuous talk-time and up to 205 hours of standby time, For me, I'd say that battery life is no case iphone 8 more important to me than the full physical keypad, I made the transition from a full keypad on an old Samsung Blackjack to the iPhone 3G more than two years ago, and I haven't looked back to the physical keyboard since, But I have tiny hands, If you are really attached to your physical keyboard than you may have different experience..
The other thing to consider is that the Razr Maxx is about $100 more than than the Droid 4, at least for the time being. The Droid 4 costs $200 with a two-year contract and the Razr Maxx is $300 with a contract. So if you're on a tight budget and you'd prefer the keyboard, then the Droid 4 is the device for you. And I think it will be a fine choice for you. In all fairness, the Droid 4 battery life isn't horrible. It's not as bad as some of the earliest 4G LTE devices. I've been using the device for the past week, and I haven't noticed a major problem with the battery. But if you're a heavy user or you are moving in and out of LTE coverage a lot, then the battery may tend to drain faster than you'd like.
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