LG Nexus 5X Starts Randomly Losing Network Signal
Even though Google and LG have done their best in order to design Nexus 5X so that it’s near flawless, some problems still slipped through the cracks. The smartphone has been ridden with issues such as the dreaded bootloop mode, but now a new issue has appeared. Recent reports are showing that Nexus 5X somehow manages to randomly lose its network carrier signal which results in missed calls and text-messages.
This issue has been highlighted by a Reddit user who reported that his Nexus 5X begun losing signal once it was put into his pocket. However, we should mention that the Reddit user has owned the said smartphone for quite a while now which means that this problem might be exclusive to him. The problem seems to be caused by some hardware malfunctioning since the owner of the affected smartphone has reported that once he squeezes his device, the signal comes back.
From the looks of it, it seems like the affected smartphone has been dropped one times too many. Therefore, we advise Nexus 5X owners to be careful about how they treat their smartphone because they might be faced with this highly annoying issue as well.
Today we will take a look at what Nexus 5X has to offer in order to refresh our memories. The smartphone ships with a 5.2 inch display that uses IPS LCD technology. Nexus 5X’s display offers a full HD pixel resolution of 1080 x 1920 and a pixel density of 423 ppi. LG has also coated the display in Corning Gorilla Glass 3 thus increasing its scratch and crack resistance.
When it comes to hardware power, Nexus 5X impresses with its Qualcomm hexa-core Snapdragon 808 CPU. The processor clocks at 1.8GHz Cortex A57 and it is fitted with an Adreno 418 graphics processing unit and 2GB of RAM. Nexus 5X is also fueled by a non-removable Li-Po 2,700 mAh battery and it can be purchased in the 16GB and 32GB storage variants.