Antennagate may be a little played out by this point, but you can’t blame Motorola for trying to capitalize on it for as long as possible.

After some pretty public back-and-forth between Apple and Motorola’s PR departments, Motorola has seemingly decided to get serious about the underlying issue, as well as work to address any questions and put any doubts to rest, by putting up a FAQ page dedicated solely to “Antenna Design and Call Quality.”


The FAQ seems to take the high road, steering clear of any references to specific devices or manufacturers. It’s actually rather enlightening, if you’re into that sort of thing.

[Source: Droid Life, Motorola]

Aaron Gingrich
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  • Kellic

    So in short Moto is function over form. Or to put it plainly: They consider the entire package instead of, unlike Apple, putting looks in front of design.

    Nothing new here. Apple is as Apple always has been. Crap design under the surface of a pretty face.