Gee whiz, not this again! Apple has updated its Antennagate webpage to include, you guessed it, the Droid X. According to Apple, that within its super-secret dungeon of doom, zero gravity, and reception absorption, if you hold the Droid X in inappropriate ways, you will lose signal bars, as you have seen with the iPhone 4. Check out the video for yourself:
[video=youtube;YJG7pbSRvJ8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJG7pbSRvJ8&feature=player_embedded"]YouTube - Apple - Smartphone Antenna Performance - Motorola Droid X[/video]
To me, it looks like that Apple tester is putting a great amount of pressure on the back of the Droid X during the presentation, so much that the phone starts to shake. Apple, you really are grasping at straws trying to prove your antenna issues are normal, when clearly your device has a hardware flaw. But anyway...
Back to the question at hand. Have any Droid X users noticed signal "attenuation" during normal usage? Then if you could, hold your phone that way, and let us know your results.