By Anton D. Nagy | December 7, 2011 8:59 AM
If the previously reported Samsung Galaxy Nexus bug was software related and Google was quick to react — you definitely remember the volume bug with certain devices using 2G frequencies — we’re not sure what we have here, filmed below.
As you will see, we have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus connected to a charger but the GNex seems to have a mind of its own. It misinterprets taps and touches, records input where there’s none and, according to reports, it only happens when the phone is plugged in via USB. It might be a software problem but it could also be a hardware problem (question is how isolated or wide-spread is it?). Are we seeing an overheated phone acting up? What do you guys think?