broken wifi drivers running such a badly flawed 4.2.1 version of Android that the phones essentially turn into pretty Gorilla Glass bricks when the screen is blanked.
So where does Google focus their PR efforts? Well, they put their PR efforts into assuring us that one of their Street View photography vehicles didn't kill a donkey in Botswana.
While we're extremely happy that at worst, the Google vehicle only interrupted the animal’s dust bath, we're not as thrilled with Google's customer support. Or lack of it, given that it took two months before Google would even acknowledge the problems with the Nexus 4. And, later, as a by the way, giving grudging acknowledgement of complaints that the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10's also are having a whole lot of trouble connecting to wifi.
You would think that the Google behemoth would be busting a gut trying to assure its customer base that its new flagship phone would be fixed real soon now.
But they're not. I wonder why?