January 27, 2010
NOTE FROM CHRIS:
Google’s first cell phone, the Nexus One, has
left a string of unhappy customers in its wake
after it’s debut a few weeks ago. Complaints
include spotty 3G connectivity, a high early
termination fee, poor customer support from
Google and problems with the touchscreen.
The Top 13 Biggest Complaints About the New Google Phone
13> The color scheme clashes unmercifully with your pocket
12> No matter what you’re searching for, it keeps responding
with, “I can see your house from here.”
11> The numeric keypad is in alphabetical order.
10> If you try to use Bing, it Tases you, then automatically
dials the FCC Monopoly Reporting Hotline.
9> When you search for your new boyfriend’s number, it only
returns: “You could do better.”
8> Default “Ch-ching!” ringtone.
7> That voice saying, “Wrong app, loser!” gets annoying after
6> It’s uncomfortable wearing those 3G glasses.
5> If you hold it in your hand and drive 88 mph, you don’t
travel through time.
4> Whenever you hit the speed dial for “Dad” it keeps ringing
up Wilbur, the neighbor down the street.
3> Blocks all calls for Chinese take-out.
2> Phone keeps asking if you want to play a game of Global
and Topfive.com’s Number 1 Biggest
Complaint About the New Google Phone…
1> Every time you hit “I’m Feeling Lucky,” it dials Tiger Woods.
[ Copyright 2010 by Chris White/TopFive.com ]