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Nokia Pokes Fun at Apple iPhone 4 Reception Issue

What happen IF you has a lousy design and huge competitors?  Then you need to be prepare for battle include pokes fun at your lousy design.

If you has read my last post on apple iPhone 4 reception issue, if you hold iPhone 4 in your left hand then you will go from full bars, to no bars and call drop as fail to connect to network.

Nokia makes a post and pokes fun at apple iPhone’s reception issue. In Nokia’s blog, Nokia shows you several ways to hold its phone on left hand but won’t suffer any signal loss. Plus, Nokia added:

“One of the main things we’ve found about the one billion-plus Nokia devices that are in use today is that when making a phone call, people generally tend to hold their phone like a…. well, like a phone.”

Welcome to the real world of today. I bet other phone company like Motorola, Samsung, LG will joined in the fun sooner or later.

My Two Cents:

This is silly and childish, Nokia has also produced several of phones with lousy design look and got some functional issues in past few years.  They should spent their time to produce new or fix their own design issues with their own phone instead of pokes fun at other phones.

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