Like many new mobile phones, the Galaxy Nexus has had its share of issues related to the performance of the device. Sadly, this can be rather commonplace and users simply must wait on the developer of the mobile phone to release a fix for the problem. The Galaxy Nexus has had problems relating to the strength of its signal and touchscreen.
The signal problems all commenced when an update was downloaded to the Galaxy Nexus. This update was created in order to fix another issue the phone was having. The issue caused the volume of the Galaxy Nexus to fluctuate significantly. However, once this update has been installed, now the problem is dealing with a poor signal.
When the Galaxy Nexus enters standby mode, the signal is lost just a few minutes later. As developers of the android operating System used on the Galaxy Nexus, the minds of Google have responded by reporting that they are investigating the situation. Some speculate that the issue may be due to a faulty radio within the device. However, nothing conclusive has been determined.
Another issue being dealt with by users of the Galaxy Nexus relates to the screen. It seems that this screen issue occurs most often when the device is used in landscape mode. The issues with the screen result in the multitouch capabilities not being functional all of the time. As a result, certain apps that rely on this cannot be used. It would appear that the problem may have something to do with the software. Usually turning the screen off and then back on is a quick short term solution. However, the problem is always likely to occur again. Given these issues with the Galaxy Nexus, it is quite likely that a 4.0.5 update will be released in the near future.
Outside of the issues that people are having with the Galaxy Nexus, there are lots of other high quality Galaxy phones, such as the galaxy note, which doesn’t seem to suffer from the same problems as the Nexus. You can find more information about the different models available by visiting www.dialaphone.co.uk.