Nexus One Has Major Issues, 3G & Touchscreen Calibration

January 18, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

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The Nexus One is one of the hottest topics of discussion lately – Google were set to break the market with this device, and they came pretty close to doing so. However, as with any new device, problems were to be expected – and we got plenty of them. The phone seems to have quite a bit of issues with its 3G connectivity, for example – and so far, Google seem to be stumped in finding a solution, though they assure us they’re working on one.

Also, the phone is giving some trouble with its calibatrion process after being launched from a cold boot – the issue seems to go away after putting the device to sleep and then turning it on once, but it can still be pretty annoying. According to Google, this one is being worked on as well. The sweet part is that whatever the cause turns out to be – either hardware or software, you’ll be covered by Google and won’t have to spend a cent on fixing them.

[ Via Engadget ]

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