Google Says Partial Nexus One 3G Fix On the Way
Today Google indicated that it has discovered the root cause of the Nexus One's difficulty in connecting to T-Mobile's 3G network. Part of the problem is due to a software error in the Nexus One's 3G radio. Another part of the reason some customers are experiencing poor 3G performance is due to T-Mobile's smaller 3G footprint. T-Mobile's 3G network is much smaller than those of AT&T, Sprint and Verizon. Google said it is working with HTC to develop a software fix for the radio of the Nexus One, and may have an over-the-air update ready as soon as next week. The software update will not, however, improve the 3G coverage provided by T-Mobile.
T-Mobile's 3G network has grown and is still growing by leaps and bounds.
That being said, it would be nice to have a little bit of non-prejudice news. It seems like PhoneScoop does everything in its power to bash...
"The software update will not, however, improve the 3G coverage provided by T-Mobile."
A company's 3g coverage is NOT a component of the phone. Whoever the person was that wrote this cl...
Can I report this article to the Moderator?
cant just blame company--
that right there says *hey dont trust this phone*
200mil vs 230mil = much smaller?
in fact now...its at 215 mil pops....REALLY NOT A BIG DIFFERENCE
you're are exactly right when it comes to AT&T, but consider sprint and verizons 3g coverage. Anyone got some factual numbers for us?
I do agree with the biased repo...