Google Nexus One does not support WiFi-N and already has 3G signal issues

By: t-marco January 8th, 2010

nexus one 3g issues

Seams like Google is starting his new project Nexus One with the left foot. Some users are reporting already that the Nexus One is running over EDGE where 3G is available.  And even over EDGE , the T-Mobile G1 has 3 solid bars while the Nexus has only one.  On the other hand, Google Nexus One support page, on the specifications list, said the Nexus was available to use WiFi b/g and N, while the HTC page only said b/g. Now Google has changed its website deleting the letter N from Wireless connectivity.

We don’t know who is right but because HTC built the phone.. we are going to stick with them.


Filed Under: Featured, T-Mobile News

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7 Responses to “Google Nexus One does not support WiFi-N and already has 3G signal issues”

  1. kevin on January 8th, 2010 9:12 pm

    mine is right i love it

  2. kevin on January 8th, 2010 9:15 pm

    3g and wifi work on t-mobile cool no more iphones for me

  3. Marco on January 9th, 2010 12:52 am

    hey kevin.. your wifi is only b and g right?

  4. DrKeithCurrie on January 9th, 2010 11:09 am

    If things going so, I mean Nexus does not support WiFi-N. Why I should go with it?

  5. Marco on January 9th, 2010 12:10 pm

    because N is way faster then b and g…. but you have to have a N router too..

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