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Nokia muses on grip styles, says you can hold your phone 'any way you like'

Discussion in 'Non-Android Smart Phones' started by Shadez, Jun 28, 2010.

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    Nokia muses on grip styles, says you can hold your phone 'any way you like'

    By Chris Ziegler [​IMG] posted Jun 28th 2010 12:12PM



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    If there's one company in the world who knows more about gripping phones than anyone else, it's Nokia -- you know, the creator and sole proprietor of sidetalkin'. So on that note, you might want to sit up and pay attention to this little piece over on Nokia Conversations detailing four popular grip styles that won't kill your signal, including the four-edge -- a work of art that we've attempted to demonstrate for you with limited success in the picture above. We totally buy the claim that this particular grip causes zero signal degradation in virtually any cellphone ever launched (the curious stares you get are just a bonus), but Nokia goes on to boast that "realistically, you're free to hold your Nokia device any way you like... and you won't suffer any signal loss."

    Thing is, hands have never really gotten along with phone antennas -- see the shot of a Nokia user's manual explaining this phenomenon after the break -- but seriously, just use the four-edge and you should be good to go. Come on, do it.

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    [​IMG]Nokia Conversations
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    haha, that's great. good job Nokia, now go back to work on your N8
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    Nokia just gives you advice how to use your phone, so you will save your brain :heart: and battery :greendroid: