The DROID RAZR (by Motorola for Verizon Wireless) first stood out because of it’s sleek, thin exterior, but the lightning-fast speed of the phone is what keeps impressing me most. I really don’t have time to waste (who does?). So, when I click a button for a link to get me information, I really like that the RAZR gets it to me right away. It’s even a little unsettling just how fast it is. Seriously, who knew technology could be this quick?
I consider myself fairly intelligent, but when I hear terms like “a dual–core 1.2 GHz processor and 1 GB of LP DDR2 RAM” I’m lost. Really lost. But if that means I get search responses immediately, or find information I need in a split second after hitting the url, well, I’m ok with being a little lost. Because I’m fast. Well, not me, but the phone. You know what I mean.
The advertisers say it’s 10 times faster than the 3G. In fact, the exact quote is “With 4G LTE, you’ll enjoy simultaneous voice and data capabilities, allowing you to check e-mail, browse the web, download an app, and check directions on Google Maps while on a call.” Now, that sounds like a lot of juggling, but exactly what I expect of a phone these days. Funny that it’s the “while on a call” that comes last, being a phone and all. But that’s honestly what I use my phone for last these days. All the other stuff has become such a critical part of my day-to-day obligations, using the phone to call people is secondary. And that brings me around to my original point. The phone (and all it does) has to be fast. And this phone really is.
What do you use YOUR phone for the most?