Droid RAZR MAXX HD vs. Galaxy Note 2 all-in-ones

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The movement has well and truly started for smartphones that act as both a tablet and phone, which the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is at the forefront of this movement although there are a few options from other brands like Motorola as well. The DROID RAZR MAXX HD is a serious alternative for those people that want a big screen smartphone and either don’t like Samsung smartphones, or want to look at something in comparison.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 vs. Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD – today we want to take a look at both of these smartphones in a number of ways, which firstly will be with a list of specs and the main features in comparison. This is a good way to narrow down the important factors for a smartphone, which a large number of people might make a choice between the two just from the specs alone. The table below looks at the DROID RAZR MAXX HD vs. Galaxy Note 2 and lists the main information you need to compare, which includes storage, processor, memory, camera, etc.

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Would a 5.5-inch display be just right or too big for you? There is no denying the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is leading the way when it comes to finding the balance between tablet and smartphone, although this size of phone might not be for everyone, but those of our readers that want this type of smartphone need to consider what size of display is too big for them? There has to be a limit and the Galaxy Note 2 features a 5.5-inch display, which the DROID RAZR MAXX HD is a lot smaller at 4.7-inches, so this could be the one area that decides the right device for you.

The S-Pen is another reason to love Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 and this certainly delivers some useful abilities, which we looked at a few of these advanced commands in an earlier article. The table above also lists a few of the S-Pen optimized features that deliver an interesting experience for users, so if you want to use a smartphone like a tablet but with a twist, then the Note 2 is perfect for a number of situations. If you own a Galaxy Note 2 and love the S-Pen, feel free to share your experience in the comments

Motorla’s DROID RAZR MAXX HD might be the only choice for some people thanks to their love for “The RAZR“, and this loyalty is supported by some great specs on the latest hardware that also feature Motorola’s “SMARTACTIONS” app. We touched on these with the “extras” row in the table above, but you can see a video below this article that gives you some more insight into how the SMARTACTIONS help deliver a better DROID RAZR MAXX HD experience. In a nutshell these SMARTACTIONS will help make your life easier when you need to perform certain actions, which the ability to add custom rules make this feature even more useful.

The second video below delivers a Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD Review that runs for just over 7 minutes, and takes a closer look at the new hardware and how it compares to the previous model. The third video shows a detailed review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, so take a look at both of these videos to gain more insight into how these larger smartphones compare.

If you had to, would it be the Droid RAZR MAXX HD or Galaxy Note 2? You can purchase the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on Verizon Wireless for $299.99 on a 2-year contract, at the time of writing, so both are pretty much balanced in terms of pricing. The Droid RAZR MAXX HD is available to order right now, although you can only pre-order the Galaxy Note 2 at this time.

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  • bullydogger

    Aewsome Review!!!

  • http://twitter.com/brook196 brook lee

    this is hands down one of the best reviews I have seen on the Note2. I am not so patiently waiting for mine from Verizon so I am constantly looking for any new info so when it does arrive I’m ready to go. Kudos to the reviewers, excellent job.

  • http://www.facebook.com/don.patersonsr Don Paterson Sr

    What a great review!!! I want it now

  • http://twitter.com/DigiWiz97 Angelo Ten

    When I saw the Headline I thought the Note 2 was being compared to another 5.5″ device. WRONG! BTW that commercial for the Droid blowing a hole through the concrete… stupid. There’s no ceiling. The guy’s in the middle of nowhere. Dumb..

  • faizul

    I have a note 2 and I love the s pen stylus… but yet until now, I find it hard to adapt to the big screen… for me its too big for my pocket jeans.. yet I cant find other smaller screen phones that has a stylus.