Android owners, how many times have you pulled the battery of your device to make it work better for you? Only a few might actually say never.
Pulling the battery is, for the information of those who own a non-Android device, a common occurrence whenever an Android powered device gets messy with the user. Alright, this is what we are getting at. You cannot pull the battery out of the new Motorola Droid RAZR.
Yes folks, you can’t. You cannot even find a battery in the device if you look for it like you do in regular Android devices. To find the battery you’d have to open up your phone in ways that Motorola never intended you to do.
Two reasons come across as plausible; either the manufacturer did this for aesthetics, for the device to look like in one piece, or Motorola is pretty confident that they have the perfect blend of hardware and software so that users will never need to pull the battery out of the RAZR.
Is Motorola that confident? Because pulling the battery is the ultimate solution for almost any problem an Android device may have while using.
Do you think Motorola took the wrong move this time?