Samsung’s new Galaxy Nexus is proving a popular choice when choosing a new smartphone. Despite rivalry from Apple, Motorola and HTC, Samsung’s new 4.65-incher running with Android’s new Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 OS has been the frustration of some users.
The problem lies with the phones battery and subsequent issues surrounding it. According to cnet.com issues concerned include, the handset failing to charge, the phone thinking it’s charging when its not even with the charging icon quite clearly showing and so on.
Owners of the new Nexus have been airing their frustrations over at a Google support forum, with some saying that they have tried to rectify the issues themselves, with users taking the battery out whilst the handset is switched on with the phone being rebooted thereafter. The handset seemed to rectify itself for a short time only, with problems then seen with the power level.
Whilst the problem(s) have been reported, it may only be affecting a smaller than larger percentage of users. Let us know if you have had subsequent Galaxy Nexus problems?
With a massive influx of smartphones, is technology getting too advanced, therefore paving the way for problems such as battery loss?