- Jan 4, 2009
But Jello i'm not so sure that it is an AT&T issue with their signals. Like I stated I NEVER had this problem with my 3g.
I know, it's the way this new antenna interacts with the signal. Either way it's harder to reproduce with a stronger signal, that's what I'm getting at.
That's why I pointed out Google's response that the Nexus One just doesn't go in pockets... I find that response even more ridiculous.
I know that it gets more attention because it's on a wider scale, however I just don't get why people individually recognize this as a bigger issue than the issues that other phones are having. I can avoid covering a tiny sliver on a phone, even if I held it left-handed I could avoid that spot easily. I can't always avoid putting a phone in my pocket, or pressing 75% of the capacitive buttons below the screen. I also can't magically see 800x480 on a screen which won't display the resolution it's supposed to.
Also it's kind of annoying how Google refuses to even address the Nexus One's issues and simply pretend they don't exist.