Google Nexus 6P’s Complaints As High As A Mountain

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We’ve all been expecting for the Google Nexus 6P to do well and it certainly did when it came out few months back. But while there is a great deal to like about the device, it does seem that it’s got its fair share of issues too.

Some owners of the Google Nexus 6P have reported they have seen issues and one issue that has had them fuming is the fact that the handset seems to go into landscape mode on its own accord and then owners cannot get it to go back.

Along with this the Google Nexus 6P has other issues and one of them is that the phone locks up when the owner is taking a call. Some issues have also been reported with the touchscreen sensors. This has led to some owners taking their handsets back to the store for a refund as the issues seem to be with the hardware and they are widespread.

Do you own the Google Nexus 6P and do you have any issues with the device? Sound off in the comments section below so that we’ll know what we’re missing too.

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  1. Cal

    February 28, 2016 at 1:03 pm

    I’ve had mine 4 months and it’s been flawless.

  2. Michael Schmauch

    February 28, 2016 at 3:11 pm

    My biggest complaint with my 6P is that I cannot connect it by adapter cable to a TV as I could my Nexus 4. I know about chromecast devices (I have the old and new ones) but reliable WiFi simply is not everywhere.

  3. Nick

    February 28, 2016 at 7:32 pm

    I use a 6P as my daily phone and have never had any of the listed issues. I’ve had it reboot on by itself a couple times, and it got pretty hot in maps and camera a coupe times. Same happened but way more and tons of other issues on my Samsung S4.

    It’s always smooth though. No typing lag or any other lag for me. I’ve had the note 5 lag on me way more. The Note 5 loads things faster from the fast memory it has, but the 6P is just all around the smoothest Android I’ve experienced. I expect the new generation of snapdragon 820 based phones to only do similar in smoothness until one is released without bloatware. It takes a bit more processing power to match with the bloat.