Originally Posted by svensett
Soon? They've had this issue for years...
Not everyone lives in large metropolitan areas with 100% signal all the time. My last Samsung was a Saga that had noticeably worse phone reception that any phone I had previously and my current DX.
I followed the release of the GNex and was disappointed to see many having phone signal issues with it too. I've seen similar complaints about other Samsung smartphones released on Verizon. I will follow the release of the S3 if it comes to Verizon and hope they choose a chipset that plays nice on CDMA. I don't care how great an Android device it is. If it's not reliable as a phone, then it's worthless to me.
Same here I am on verizon with a DX patiently waiting/wanting to upgrade. This seems like it may be the first "big phone" to hit this summer and I might pull the trigger but I have never owned a samsung before. I probably would have already bought the GNex if it wasn't for the poor batter and signal issues.