I am an Apple girl. All the way. My world revolves around the Mac — my iPhone 4 is connected to my iPad, which feeds off my Macbook Pro. It’s seamless. And it works.
I’ve used AT&T for the past four years and have had an iPhone for the past three. Dropped calls are a part of my life, but I knew no other way.
That is, until I was asked to be a Verizon Wireless Ambassador. I was really excited to try out their network (I’d always heard great things) and couldn’t wait to see what device they’d send me to test.
So when a fun package arrived containing a Droid RAZR, I tore into that thing like it was Christmas morning.
The first thing I noticed was how HUGE the screen is. It’s beautiful and large. Definitely bigger than my iPhone 4.
But it’s THIN. It’s thinner than my iPhone 4.
It’s so thin, in fact, that it slips easily into the wristlet that I use as a purse. When I put my iPhone 4 in the wristlet, it fills it completely.
Part of that is because of the case I use to protect my iPhone… no case required with the RAZR, though! The Gorilla Glass protects it… how awesome is that?
But when I put the RAZR in the wristlet, it’s like nothing is there. This is WITHOUT the RAZR in the front pocket.
This is WITH the RAZR in the front pocket.
I could wax on and on about how much I love the thinness of the RAZR. But you get the idea.
Oh, and right now, if you buy a Droid RAZR from Verizon Wireless for $199, you get one FREE. Sweet, right?
Is there anything you’re dying to know about the RAZR? Let me know in the comments and I’ll test it out!
**Disclaimer** I am a Verizon Wireless Ambassador. I received a wireless device and phone/data plan free of charge to use for review and evaluation of Verizon Wireless products and services. As part of the program, I was asked to share my opinions with others, however, my opinions are my own. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the Verizon Wireless Ambassadors’ Program.