As a number of new owners of the Sprint Galaxy Nexus report connection trouble to Sprint’s 3G network, and now a fix appears to be on the way. A post on Sprint’s message board indicates the issue isn’t affecting all Galaxy Nexus owners, and in some cases Sprint is replacing the phone without question. However, a Sprint forum moderator posted that the company is aware of the issue and is working on getting a software fix out. “Can’t commit to a date yet, but they are trying really hard to get it released early next week,” said the moderator. Let’s hope it’s soon, so Sprint Galaxy Nexus owners can stop relying on Wi-Fi.
This is why Google needs to go back to AT&T and T-Mobile as the launch partners for their phones. Both the VZW and Sprint Galaxy Nexus' have experienced connectivity issues, while the HSPA+ variant hasnt had any. Google needs to use a two store method, sell the Nexus through a big box store like Best Buy and also through their own store. Forget about selling the Nexus through Carriers, unlocked is the only way to go!