Nexus One User Sues Google

Kara Reeder

A Nexus One user is suing Google alleging violations of the Communications Act and of trade laws related to warranties, reports InformationWeek.


Nexus One launched in January, but Google ended up discontinuing the smartphone in July, citing disappointing sales.


Nathan Nabors's class-action lawsuit claims that Nexus One had connectivity problems on T-Mobile's network and that Google did not provide any customer support to deal with these problems. According to the complaint:

Google either knew, reasonably should have known, or was obligated to understand that the [Nexus One] could not consistently perform at a 3G level, contrary to Google's representations.

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