We have some worrying news for those of you planning to pick up a Motorola Droid 2 handset, or indeed if you already own one, as we are hearing reports that the device is suffering from signal problems, similar to that of Apple’s infamous iPhone 4 antennagate.
According to this report from Apple Insider, new information acquired via TechCrunch has revealed that Motorola are dealing with numerous complaints over signal problems with their recently released Droid 2.
However, the signal problems are said to be different to the problems on the iPhone 4, as the Droid 2 apparently drops signal without the need of placing it in the ‘death grip’ as seen on Apple’s handset.
Motorola is yet to comment on the problem, as some users are reporting that this doesn’t affect them – meaning that the issue doesn’t appear to be widespread at the moment – which is a good sign.
Still though, it isn’t good reading for Motorola or Verizon if their handset is receiving negative feedback constantly. What are your thoughts on this?
Can any of you in possession of a Motorola Droid 2 confirm the signal problems? We’ll give you an update on this story later.
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