Not long after Nokia put a post on its Nokia Conversations blog that took a shot at a recently released phone that is experiencing signal problems, Verizon and Motorola got in a few words of their own. Motorola has placed a full-page ad in the New York Times today to show off its new DROID X, landing on Verizon on July 15th. The ad touts the DROID X's 8 megapixel camera, 1 GHz processor, HD video capture, and one other important feature:
"And most importantly, it comes with a double antenna design. The kind that allows you to hold the phone any way you like…"
It's great to see the competition between carriers and manufacturers continue, as this will only lead to better products for the consumers. As often as Verizon knocks AT&T or the iPhone in its ads, though, I wouldn't mind seeing AT&T or Apple fire back with its own clever ad. Regardless of all of these ads, both the iPhone 4 and DROID X both have their pros and cons, and they both look like they're going to be very popular with consumers.