It was inevitable that more and more competitors would be taking more and more stabs at the iPhone 4′s design problems.
Motorola themsleves started this a while back with a one-page print ad that stated that you can hold the Droid X any way you want.
Samsung then decided to join the “let’s make fun of Apple” group, albeit doing so in a more subtle way.
And now Moto is at it again. See for yourself:
So yeah, the Droid X doesn’t need any fancy clothes to function properly.
Here’s the text of that last paragraph, in case you’re having issues reading it from the image:
At Motorola, we believe a customer shouldn’t have to dress up their phone for it to work properly. That’s why the DROID X comes with a dual antenna design. The kind that allows you to hold the phone any way you like to make crystal clear calls without a bulky phone jacket. For us it’s just one of those things that comes as a given when you’ve been making mobile phones for over 30 years.
Nice one, Moto. Nice one indeed.
At this rate, expect ZTE, Kyocera or Alcatel to come up with similar stuff in the coming months.
Everyone seems to want in on this game.
And while none of these may impact Apple’s sales in any way, they’re still great fun if you know exactly what product it is they’re bashing.
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