Close to seven months after the Google Nexus One was launched to the public, we have learned what several users have been experiencing for a long time – certain Nexus One handsets appear to have issues with Wi-Fi connectivity.
According to users who have posted on the Google forums, the Wi-Fi stops working when they put a handset down and the display goes to sleep. Although the Wi-Fi disconnects, it is not technically recognized while would mean that the device does not revert to the cellular network. Users have realized that this flaw has meant there is no constant stream of Twitter or Facebook updates when the Wi-Fi disconnects and that the only way to reconnect is to disconnect and reconnect the Wi-Fi.
Google has not issued any statement in this regard so far. Are you one of those affected. Don’t forget to tell us your experience in the comments below.