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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by p zubal, Jul 29, 2020.

  1. p zubal

    p zubal Newbie
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    My old moto x pure is dying so I tried a motog power.
    Battery life excellent as they said, but no signal at my house.
    The pure still gets some reception here but on the moto0g power nothing.
    I sent it back.
    Is ther a phone with a decent antenna?
    I have also tried a samsung note ten plus same problem with reception here.
    That is going back too.

  2. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    If you're getting no signal at all with two different devices. Thing is just about all phones have similar internal antennas and performance. You'll probably be better off seeing about WiFi calling or getting a femtocell(if your carrier offers them).
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  3. svim

    svim Extreme Android User

    I agree with what @mikedt wrote, you'll probably be better off focusing on some solution to get better online access than trying to find a mobile device that can do what you're asking.
    A smartphone is by design meant to be compact and their internal antenna (or some that have multiple antennas) is just a short piece of wire (averaging about 3-4"). Their ability to pick up wireless signals is limited -- so with cellular they rely upon the strength of the signal emitted by the nearest cell tower and with WiFi by the strength of the signal emitted by your router.
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