It might be that ONE handset to malfunction from a whole lot or maybe a batch of Samsung Galaxy S phones gone wrong, but the video below proves that the Samsung Galaxy S has similar signal dropping issues, like the ones on the iPhone 4.


While some say it’s the fault of the carrier, others blame the software and some claim it’s a SIM card issue, all we can do is wait for more Samsung I9000 Galaxy S users to confirm this bug. As far as the video being fake theory is concerned, the guy posting it apparently writes phone reviews every day, so it shouldn’t be a fake…

UpdateLech informs us that he met with folks from Samsung Product Development and got to test 5 more Samsung Galaxy S, trying to find if the signal issue applies to all of them. It seems the handset behaved differently depending on the network they use and we have to mention that all observations were made using professional equipment for measuring network conditions.

More on this story can be found on Lech’s site.

[Thanks Lech Okoń for the tip]

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