DROID RAZR Maxx HD Quick Look by Wirefly
The DROID RAZR Maxx HD has a stunning design that is paired with great hardware to round-out an overall fantastic Android Smartphone. The DROID RAZR Maxx HD by Motorola A high-end Android-Powered 4.1 smartphone with a sold feel and handsome design for Verizon Wireless. The RAZR Maxx HD's standout features are its 3300mAh battery and a high-definition 4.7-inch display. The sophisticated design of the RAZR Maxx HD is set off by the Kevlar back plate that blends nicely with the metal bezel and the raised layout of the power and sleep button and the volume up and down rocker switch. The integrated 3300mAh battery will help even the most hardcore smartphone user stay connected to their social media, apps, and email during their entire day without needing to be charged. With the letters, "HD" in its name the RAZR Maxx HD's 4.7 inch super AMOLED display needs to be great and it won't let you down. With screen resolution of 720 x 1280 and 312 pixels per inch the Razr Maxx HD is a great option for watching high definition videos and playing the latest games. The RAZR Maxx HD is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor with 1GB of processor RAM and 32GB of on-board storage. That means that the RAZR Maxx HD can store and play those HD videos and graphic intense applications without lag or delay. And not to be forgotten is the Razr Maxx HD's 8MP rear camera and 1.3MP front camera that are very user friendly and take great pictures. You can also capture your special moments with the RAZR Maxx HD in true high definition with 1080p video recording. So, you can share a great recording of little Jimmy or Susie's play with all of your friends and family that could not make it to the performance. My favorite thing about the DROID RAZR Maxx HD by Motorola is that it comes with a nano-coating that covers the internal components that makes it splash resistant. This is a great feature that helps prevent your smartphone from being ruined from a little water.
DROID RAZR Maxx HD Vs. Samsung Galaxy S III Smartphone Review
See how the Motorola DROID RAZR Maxx HD compares to one of the best Android-Powered Smartphones on the market today, the Galaxy S III by Samsung. Wirefly's Scott Lewis takes you through this 3 Round Smartphone Review Schmackdown between the DROID RAZR Maxx HD and the Samsung Galaxy S III. He will start the review out by explaining the differences between the multiple versions that are available for each of these Smartphones. In Round 1, Scott will show take you through the design aspects of the RAZR Maxx HD and the GS3. You will get to see the good and the bad of the design of each phone. Both of these phones have good cameras, but in Round 2 he will show photo samples from each one side-by-side, so you can compare the differences for yourself. In Round 3, you will get a rundown of the specs and see some benchmark results from the RAZR Maxx HD and the Galaxy S III.
Android Smartphones vs. Apple iPhone Wirefly Schmackdown
In this Wirefly Schmackdown video we will show you the differences between Android Smartphones and the Apple iPhone. Have you ever wondered what the differences are between Android Smartphones and the Apple iPhone? This Schmackdown comparison video will answer your question. In Round 1 we take a look at the design differences between the iPhone and a few of the most popular Android Smartphones. You will get to see the Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC EVO 4G LTE, Galaxy Nexus, and the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G compared to the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S. We take a look at the differences between the Android 4.1.1 operating system (OS) and Apple's iOS 6 operating system (OS) along with multitasking in Round 2. You will see some of the software design differences between the two operating systems (OS). Then you will get to see the difference between recent apps tray and multitasking. In Round 3 we show you what the difference is between Android's Google Play store and Apple's App Store. You will get to see the difference in the user experience when searching for apps in both stores.
Android OS vs Windows Phone 8 OS
In this smartphone operating system Schmackdown you will see Wirefly compare the new Windows Phone 8 OS to the very popular Android OS. In Round 1 you will hear and see some of the different customization options on both the Windows Phone 8 OS and the Android OS. You will get to see the difference between widgets and live tiles. In Round 2 you will see the different navigation styles of the two operating systems. You will also get a look at the new Kids Corner feature on the Windows Phone 8 OS. In Round 3 you will get to see and hear about the user experience around application on the operating systems. You will get to see how similar and how different the user experience is on these two operating systems.
How To Take A Better Picture With Your Smartphone by Wirefly
More photos than ever before are being taken with a smartphone. These are 5 top tips to help you take a better smartphone picture. Tip #1: A Clean Lens Is A Happy Lens Tip #2: Light Is Your Friend Tip #3: Use Specialty Shooting Modes When They Make Sense Tip #4: Zoom With Your Body Tip #5: Don't be afraid to edit your pictures Read our written product reviews on the Wirefly Buzz Blog at: http://bit.ly/WireflyBuzz
How To Turn Your Android Smartphone Into A Mobile Hotspot
Watch how easy it is to create a mobile hotspot with your Android Smartphone to connect devices like laptops, gaming systems, and tablets while on the go. We will walk you through how to create a mobile hotspot with your Android Smartphone in this How To video. You will see step-by-step screen shots of the process and you will even get a few tips to help keep your mobile hotspot secure.
What is the Google Play Store
The Google Play Store is the Android equivalent of Apple's iTunes app store. Get Games, Apps, Movies, Books, Magazines, and Music in one place.