Google’s smartphone, the Nexus One, has not really lived up to its expectations. Many analysts had high hopes for the phone before it was released, but such hopes were dashed when consumers began to complain about it. The phone is the first one sold by Google itself and runs Android, the open-source mobile OS.
The Nexus One has had problems with the 3G network. It has unreliable connectivity and will switch to the slower EDGE network. Users are annoyed with this, as well as Google’s poor customer service. Luckily, there may be a solution to the 3G problem. Google has said it is going to release a patch soon that will fix 3G connectivity in most cases. The patch should be available within the next week or so.
Via Wired, image via Google.