Your Galaxy Nexus still experiencing 4G LTE issue?
Some of you may remember that just before Christmas we reported that a percentage of users to the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus running on Verizon’s network, were experiencing problems with their smartphone gaining 4G LTE connection, as well as reports of a lack of 3G signal. Unfortunately as we’ve entered into 2012, the story for some remains the same.
Instead of bringing you some good news today, reports over at Droid-Life have pointed to the problem being more widespread than first thought, with a fix from Verizon still hanging in the balance.
On the 20th December when we spoke about the initial problems being experienced by some of you, the big red carrier Verizon were completely aware of the subsequent problem(s) with a statement on social networking site Twitter, saying that an software update or fix was being developed. According to Droid-Life, as well as lack of 4G LTE connection, some are complaining about the sheer lack of 3G signal.
Perhaps before you go, check out some of our other Galaxy Nexus articles in which we’ve spoken about a 32GB variant coming to UK and European shores in the not so distant future, or take a look at a price drop saving of $70 on the Galaxy Nexus from retailer Wirefly.
Let us know how you are getting on with your Verizon Galaxy Nexus? Are you still feeling frustrated with the lack of 4G LTE or even 3G signal?