Nexus One owners still living on the EDGE?

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Nexus One owners still living on the EDGE?
Nexus One holders still seem to be complaining about the lack of 3G connectivity on the handset. Similar to the problems seen on the original first gen Apple iPhone, when your hand is draped around the bottom half of the phone. as you would do when making or receiving a call, the phone loses its 3G connection. On the video, you can see as HSDPA switches to the slower EDGE network. With the iPhone, the problem turned out to be a poorly placed antenna, not a issue with software. N-One owners would love for it to be the latter so that a quick firmware upgrade could fix the problem. Until it is resolved, Nexus One owners can bring their phone to the EDGE and back at will, not something that too many other smartphone owners can brag about or would even want to brag about.

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source: Engadget

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5 Comments

1. Steven58

Posts: 80; Member since: Nov 25, 2009

Oh my Lord!!! The smoking gun!! Well, I don't see myself waiting for a phone to come to Verizon that is poorly manufactured! Thank you for sharing this video. (Steven58 is very, sad.)

2. vzwman

Posts: 385; Member since: Oct 26, 2009

I'm with you on that one Steve, I love my Motorola Droid!!!

3. 203RichBoy

Posts: 76; Member since: Dec 15, 2009

How do you get to that menu via the dialer?

4. theGodpapa

Posts: 181; Member since: Dec 15, 2009

wow that stinks. Oh well D R O I D D O E S

5. cansler

Posts: 136; Member since: Oct 07, 2009

That's gotta be T.Mo 3G/EDGE right? I only know of one user on Howard Forums that has an AT&T 3G enabled device. They (AT&T versions) have not been released yet, am I correct on this?

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