Apple Publishes Nokia N97 Mini Suffering From Death Grip

Wednesday, July 21, 2010
By OP Editor

Apple delivers more AntennaGate smack down, posts death-grip-pwned Nokia N97 Mini to its antenna reception page.
Apple Publishes Nokia N97 Mini Suffering From Death Grip

Nokia spokesperson claimed earlier in response to Apple’s iPhone 4 AnteannGate press conferee, that “Nokia has invested thousands of man hours in studying human behavior, including how people hold their phones for calls, music playing, web browsing and so on. As you would expect from a company focused on connecting people, we prioritize antenna performance over physical design if they are ever in conflict.”

But Nokia then confirms Apple’s finding “In general, antenna performance of a mobile device/phone may be affected with a tight grip, depending on how the device is held.”

The Nokia phone, when held in a death grip, drops from 7 to 2 bars. So much for decades of “competence” in antenna design.

This latest antenna death grip finding published by Apple is the least of Nokia’s concerns, which has seen the value of its company in a plunge, as demand for Nokia “smart” phones has collapsed. They are looking for a new CEO.

via 9to5mac


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2 Responses to “Apple Publishes Nokia N97 Mini Suffering From Death Grip”

  1. Don

    I love how Nokia and all the rest love to say that Apple is all wrong, all the time while totally ignoring all of the facts as seen in Apple’s, and others, videos that prove exactly Apple’s point!


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