You might have heard of some of the connectivity issues that the Nexus One had before this, and now a class action lawsuit has been filed against Google, citing breach of contract. The plaintiff claims that the phone failed to maintain 3G connectivity while Google made misleading claims about the product’s capabilities, and also failed to properly support customers who were searching for answers. It’s also worth noting that the only defendant in the lawsuit is Google, meaning that HTC and T-Mobile USA are exempt from this suit. The outcome of this lawsuit isn’t clear yet, but the plaintiff is seeking damages and class action interest on behalf of residents of his home state as well as California who purchased the Nexus One. It’s also worth mentioning that Google has stopped selling the Nexus One online to consumers.
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