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Aug 12th 2010 8:24PM September? So...just in time for the next Droid X Froyo update delay, then.
Jul 28th 2010 8:57PM @sean4123 Incredible has a slower processor and a smaller screen with a lower resolution.
Jul 28th 2010 8:55PM @troy polamalu For your health.
Jul 28th 2010 1:35AM @DaHarder Because Sanjay Jha has confirmed that it'll be weaker in those areas than the X.
Jul 28th 2010 1:15AM @FlyersPh9 Droid 2 is a lower cost Droid device with weaker specs and a smaller screen than the Droid X.
Jul 28th 2010 12:38AM @EagleyeSmith It's true; they want to add their "enhancements" like Motoblur and Sense (although in a number of ways they can make stock Android better, it's so much better to get the update out ASAP instead of cramming in crapware)
Jul 24th 2010 12:31AM @xsacha I hope you understand that I'm on your side here.
Jul 24th 2010 12:30AM @hill60
I've used my friend's, and I tried it on eight different phones. So there are nine different iPhone 4 devices, all with the same problem: attenuation with one finger. What studies? Apple's experiments by definition can't be a scientific study because they went in hoping to get a certain outcome.
Jul 24th 2010 12:21AM Droid X actually has two antennas: one on the top, and one on the bottom. You have to hold both in a death grip at the same time to get attenuation. So I guess the tester from Apple had some help from an invisible friend or something.
Jul 24th 2010 12:13AM I want to see a video where a tester can achieve signal attenuation on any cell phone other than the iPhone 4 with a single finger. Because every photo and video they've posted has been of a whole-hand grip, but it just takes a single finger on the iPhone 4.