Google Nexus One 3G Connectivity Problems Still Troubling the Users

February 12, 2010, By Atul Roach

It hasn’t been long since Google claimed to have taken care of the 3G connectivity issues with its Nexus One handset but it seems that the ghosts have returned to haunt Google again. Where Google thinks that the issue has been resolved, the users are still complaining about the 3G hiccups and this time the highlighted issue is that the phone drops 3G connectivity if it is held right at the bottom.

Makes for some crazy reading but the fact is that the Nexus One handset has behaved weirdly when held from the bottom. Indeed, in quite a comical way, the phone drops from HSDPA to EDGE when held from the bottom and then it hooks back to HSDPA if you change the grip to the top.

The number of users experiencing this crazy 3G connectivity confusion hasn’t been reported but there are a plenty who confirm this weird behavior. All this means that the 3G connectivity of the device depends on the place from where you hold it and if this is how Google plans to conquer the iPhone might, that may always remain a dream then.

Here’s hoping that this problem has got to do something with the hardware of the Nexus One owners who are reporting the issue for otherwise, Google is in deep trouble! [via: Pocket-Lint]

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