Don't be so defensive. There is now plenty of first hand, albeit anecdotal evidence of the Nexus having signal problems where the RAZR doesn't. The only people bringing up the dBm statistics are Nexus owners. We're talking about total or near total loss of signal and dropped calls. These problems don't seem to be happening to near the same extent on the RAZR. In fact many (myself included) have noticed that the RAZR has the best reception of any phone they've owned. I doubt you'll find very many people saying that about the Nexus. There is more to this than the signal reporting discrepancy.
It reminds me of the old adage: If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, chances are its a duck.
I own a nexus. There are issues, yes, but the signal itself is not the problem. (Which has been verified by people that actually know what they're talking about) There's something else going on with the nexus' radio stack.
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