Apple has posted yet another competing smartphone attenuation video, this time rounding out their infamous collection with Motorola's just-launched Verizon Droid X. The video shows the aforementioned monster of a phone dropping from 3 out of 4 bars to none when death-gripped.
Once again, however, no demonstration is made of any iPhone 4-style death-touch de-tuning.
So yeah, you can imagine how our friends over at Android Central are reacting...
Who does that leave for next, Palm, LG? Does Apple need to finish what they've started or just let it go already?
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