Google Nexus 6P: Android You’ll Love To Hate

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Sure, the Google Nexus 6P has been very well-received and even beating the likes of stronger contenders like the iPhone 6S Plus and Samsung Galaxy S6, but there’s no denying the fact that it comes with its fair share of problems too.

We’ve heard many complaints regarding the smartphone and people have even taken on to the web to express their dissatisfaction. Some of the most common issues faced by users include: device flipping to landscape mode for no apparent reason and wouldn’t switch back to portrait without ease. Then, there’s also the fact that call problems emerged too. Apparently, the Nexus 6P randomly locks itself during phone calls, and let’s not forget about the issues with the sensors under the touchscreen display.

Last but not least, it has to be the 3-way calling issue, where there’s no way the caller could send texts if they have another incoming call. Talk about inefficiency. Though this would seem that a simple software update could fix these glitches, many users have actually returned their devices as the hardware fault is pretty widespread.

What other problems have you faced with your Nexus 6P?

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