Don't Hold It Wrong

Oct 10

Don’t hold the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 wrong.
Bonus points: don’t use screen protectors, either.
page 7/8

Don’t hold the Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 wrong.

Bonus points: don’t use screen protectors, either.

page 7/8

Oct 08

Don’t hold the HTC Evo 4G wrong.
[page 169]
[thanks anonymous tipster!]

Don’t hold the HTC Evo 4G wrong.

[page 169]

[thanks anonymous tipster!]

Apr 16

Don’t hold the Samsung Galaxy S5 wrong.
[page 20]

Don’t hold the Samsung Galaxy S5 wrong.

[page 20]

Jul 19

Don’t Hold It Wrong turned 3 today!

Don’t Hold It Wrong turned 3 today!

(Source: assets)

May 28

Don’t hold the Samsung Galaxy S4 wrong

pages 7 & 8

Bonus points: Also, don’t use a screen protector.

[thanks to Sören Nils Kuklau for tracking down the original manual]

Don’t hold the Samsung Galaxy S4 wrong

pages 7 & 8

Bonus points: Also, don’t use a screen protector.

[thanks to Sören Nils Kuklau for tracking down the original manual]

Mar 26

[video]

Feb 08

Don’t hold the Nokia 8210 wrong

page 15

Don’t hold the Nokia 8210 wrong

page 15

Feb 07

Don’t hold the Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 phone wrong

page 6

Don’t hold the Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 phone wrong

page 6

Jan 21

Don’t hold the the Nokia 5130 XpressMusic wrong

Found on the Spanish (Mx) User’s Guide, pages 21 and 22:

Your device may have an internal antenna and an external one. As with all other radiotransmission devices, avoid unnecesary contact with the antenna’s area while transmitting or receiving information (signal). Touching the antenna affects quality of the communication and may cause the device requires more energy than necessary to operate, which reduces battery life.

The figure shows the antenna area marked in gray

Don’t hold the the Nokia 5130 XpressMusic wrong

Found on the Spanish (Mx) User’s Guide, pages 21 and 22:

Your device may have an internal antenna and an external one. As with all other radiotransmission devices, avoid unnecesary contact with the antenna’s area while transmitting or receiving information (signal). Touching the antenna affects quality of the communication and may cause the device requires more energy than necessary to operate, which reduces battery life.
The figure shows the antenna area marked in gray

Oct 26

Don’t hold the Samsung Galaxy Note II wrong

pages 8 and 9

Don’t hold the Samsung Galaxy Note II wrong

pages 8 and 9