Nexus 6P Bootloop Mode Malfunction Brings Class-Action Lawsuit to Google and Huawei
A couple of weeks ago, media outlets started showcasing the fact that LG is being sued by its customers. The reason why this happened was because LG’s V20, V10, G4, G5 and Nexus 5X smartphones started presenting the infamous bootloop issue. Now it looks like Huawei and Google are faced with the same problem. The two tech giants have collaborated together and created Nexus 6P. Even though the smartphone used to be known as Google’s flagship device, it seems that it’s still being affected by the dreaded bootloop mode.
The US based law firm known as Chimicles and Tikellis LLP (C&T) has reported that they are looking to start a lawsuit against Google and Huawei. All of this is happening because Nexus 6P presents the highly annoying bootloop malfunctioning issue. To be more exact, the bootloop mode causes smartphones to randomly shutdown which completely depletes their batteries.
The aforementioned law firm has presented an open invitation to all Nexus 6P owners who want to join into this lawsuit. We should mention that Nexus 6P owners can get in touch with the law firm through its official website.
Bootloop Malfunctioning Issue
The worst thing about this issue is the fact that it can happen any time. Even though the affected smartphone might have a battery charge of over 50 percent, it can still randomly power off. In addition, the only way to turn it on again is to plug it into a charger. Numerous people believed that the bootloop mode has been brought by Android 7.0 Nougat. This is certainly not the case since many have downgraded their Nexus 6P back to Android 6.0 Marshmallow and the issue didn’t go away.
Considering the fact that Huawei and Google are some of the biggest names in the tech world, we can be sure that they do not wish to drag their names through the media like this. In the end, Huawei will more than likely decide to take in and repair affected Nexus 6P smartphones in order to avoid this class-action lawsuit.