Nexus 6P Battery Issues to bring Google a lawsuit
Recently, there was a federal class action filed against Google and Huawei. More exactly, the complaint accuses the two tech giants of fraud, improper handling of customer complaints and warranty breach. This comes after various Nexus 6P devices shut down suddenly. What’s more, they even became trapped in the so-called “boot loop” cycles.
The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas was the one to file the suit, and according to their claims, neither Google, nor Huawei have admitted in a public manner that there were indeed issues with the Nexus 6P model. Even more so, they actually went on with selling the phone, despite everything that was happening.
Details about the Model
In case you didn’t know about it, the Nexus 6P phone was released towards the end of 2015. It costs $500 and it provides a 5.7 inches screen that is considered an improvement in comparison to the previous Nexus 6 device. All in all, many people seem to be satisfied with it, except for those who see their phone shutting down despite having a full battery.
More about the Lawsuit
The plaintiff of the lawsuit wishes to force both Google and Huawei to initiate a repairing or recalling program. Besides this, they want the two companies to offer a cash compensation for whoever was affected by the issue. The file also includes a couple of pages of comments from Reddit and also tweets that were published by unhappy Nexus 6P users.
From what it seems, the issue started back in September 2016. After the problem with the bootlooping occurs, the suit says that you cannot actually use it anymore. You cannot send messages, access the internet or make calls. Needless to say, this has been extremely unsettling for the users.