Google has investigated the problems some Nexus One users have been experiencing since the device launched. The company has a fix for some users but the company says T-Mobile's 3G coverage could also be part of the problem.
[citation][nom]doc70[/nom]And I thought only ATT has 3G coverage issues.../sarcasmMaybe Verizon will target T-Mob next?Anyways, kudos to Google for acknowledging and addressing the problem, although it would more helpful in the future to NOT launch half-baked products...[/citation]
Thanks for stating that... for all of us N1 purchasers. I'm in *LOVE* w/ Google's customer support 1 man team ---> Ravi...
Wasn't the issue related to coverage with the same network provider where it would be fine on another cell but in the nexus? That wouldn't be related to poor coverage for a particular provider, rather an issue with the radio in the phone.
Nexus one major problem - no physical keyboard. You can yap all you want about virtual keyboards... but a real keyboard hands down beats a virtual board. Every person I know who "LOVES" there iPhone and smartphones ie Nexus and Hero swear that the virtual keyboards are as good if not even better than a physical keyboard. Interestingly all of them are hunt-and-peck typers on their phones and on their computers. For people who actually learned how to type with home row keys and used to typing 75 wpm or more... a physical keyboard is necessary.