Don’t get us wrong. There’s surely plenty of perfectly content Nexus One users out there without a care in the world. It’s not all rainbows and butterflies for Google’s self-proclaimed “superphone,” though — far from it, actually.
The problems that have been plaguing the Nexus One since its very beginnings, including 3G connectivity issues and surprisingly crack-prone screens, have seemingly reached a crescendo as of late, even inspiring our friends over at Phandroid to publish a rather comprehensive (and lengthy) laundry list of issues that users are reporting.
We’ll let you head on over to Phandroid yourself for the full list, but here’s a few of the stand-out issues widely reported with the Google-branded device:
Surely if you’re one of those unlucky souls proudly whipping out your Nexus One from your favorite pair of jeans only to be greeted by a healthy crack across the screen, you may agree that your $179 or $529 (as the case may well be) investment isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be.