Google Nexus 6P: Complaints Worsen

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The Google Nexus 6P may be the best smartphone in 2015, but it’s not without its downsides as well. More issues arise when users get their hands on the Android flagship, and below are some of the most common issues they have faced thus far.

One of the most common issues faced by Nexus 6P users is that their device would switch to landscape mode for no apparent reasons, and wouldn’t be able to return to portrait without ease. Another common issue is with the 3-way calling where the caller isn’t allowed to send texts if they have another incoming call. However, this appears to be more of an oversight than a glitch, so a software update should be able to have it fixed.

There are other more severe call problems too, like random locking of the 6P during phone calls and issues with the sensors under the touchscreen display. We can only imagine the amount of devices that had to be returned since it’s the hardware fault which is quite widespread.

Have you had any other problems you’ve faced with your Nexus 6P?

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1 Comment

  1. Andre Ashley

    January 22, 2016 at 4:17 pm

    My Nexus 6P random locks all the time when on the phone, but it doesn’t seem to present a real problem. The bigger issue I have with the phone is you can still control the volume with the phone is locked. I will sometimes turn sound up or down while the phone is in my pocket.