Verizon Wireless Droid X Ad Takes a Stab at iPhone 4's Reception Issues


It seems that Verizon Wireless, the operator behind the “iDon’t” campaign for Motorola Droid, couldn’t resist taking another dig at Apple this week, this time in the form of a full-page ad in The New York Times. The ad, intended to promote the launch of the Droid X smartphone on July 15, appeared to mock Apple for its widely reported reception issues with the iPhone 4, Apple Insider observed. The ad paints a lovely, detailed picture of the Droid X, highlighting its 8-meg camera with dual-LED flash, 3G mobile hotspot connectivity and HDMI output, Macworld observed. And then – tah dah! -- the advertisement points out the all-important issue of reception. “Most importantly, it comes with a double antenna design,” the advertisement stated. “The kind that allows you to hold the phone any way you like and use it just about anywhere to make crystal clear calls.” The final two sentences are in boldface type: “You have a voice. And you deserve to be heard.” For those of us who’ve purchased, considered purchasing or simply fantasized about fetching the latest iPhone, reports of erratic wireless signal strength

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