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How bad are the Radio (3G) issues I hear about the N1?

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28th February 2010, 03:29 AM   |  #1  
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On the fence between the N1/HD2/Droid/Waiting for this new Dell tablet thing.

The only thing thats really keeping me from pulling the trigger on a N1 is that I keep hearing that the radio sucks for 3g, and now also wifi.

Now I like to assume these people are just n00bs and don't know how to get the best out of their phones like us xda geeks do.

So how true are they? Any regrets here on the boards?

P.S I'm in London,UK.
28th February 2010, 03:41 AM   |  #2  
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ive yet to have a problem, and i think its more of a US based problem than a UK one and I am in the US... get the N1 and dont look back, its a solid phone... the droid is a step down in my opinion
28th February 2010, 03:43 AM   |  #3  
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just got mine
I was thinking the same thing you where, I just went for it and order one. I have no issues with the 3G. The N1 is fantastic, and it is very fast. I think the early issues people have complained about must have been from an earlier batch of phone in the beginning stages on the release.


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28th February 2010, 03:51 AM   |  #4  
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Had no problems with 3G or wifi
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I honestly think the 3G issues is exacerbated here in the U.S. on T-mobile's network where they don't have "deep" coverage. In larger cities, such as Chicago (where I've tested my theory), no amount of covering the lower back portion of the phone caused me to drop off 3G. I went from 4 bars to 3, and that's about it. Here in Toledo, Ohio, T-mobile hasn't saturated the area with 3G, and covering the phone while indoors drops me to Edge. Outdoors I'm still fine.
28th February 2010, 04:06 AM   |  #6  
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0 WiFi problems here. On ATT, so I can't comment on 3G, but reception has been strong for voice.
28th February 2010, 04:12 AM   |  #7  
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Had no problems with 3G or wifi for almost 2 months with this speedster!
28th February 2010, 04:36 AM   |  #8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by galaxys

Had no problems with 3G or wifi for almost 2 months with this speedster!

Las Vegas = 3G saturation

Damn you big city dwellers...
28th February 2010, 04:46 AM   |  #9  
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Quote:
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Las Vegas = 3G saturation
Damn you big city dwellers...

Just a lucky roll af the dice
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Quote:
Originally Posted by uansari1

I honestly think the 3G issues is exacerbated here in the U.S. on T-mobile's network where they don't have "deep" coverage. In larger cities, such as Chicago (where I've tested my theory), no amount of covering the lower back portion of the phone caused me to drop off 3G. I went from 4 bars to 3, and that's about it. Here in Toledo, Ohio, T-mobile hasn't saturated the area with 3G, and covering the phone while indoors drops me to Edge. Outdoors I'm still fine.

haha, toledo... i grew up in sylvania and all i can say is i am glad i am out of that **** hole of a city... and yes the 3g there is weaksauce... but that is a "verizon town"... i literally think 80% of the pop has verizon in toledo

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