There’s a saying that goes something like this, “He who laughs last, laughs best.” That could very well apply to Apple who has had problems with the iPhone 4′s signal strength, with Motorola poking fun at it via ads. Well, the tables might have turned with alleged reports of complaints over signal problems with the recently rolled out Motorola Droid 2. These signal problems cannot be solved with a bumper though, since the signal disappears into oblivion without the need for a ‘death grip’ like the iPhone 4. Motorola has yet to comment on the alleged problem, as it is whispered that only a handful of customers have reported this issue. If you’re a Droid 2 user, how is your experience yet?
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