Google Nexus 6P: Why You Don’t Want One

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The all-new Google Nexus 6P is fast, powerful and stylish but unfortunately, it is a failure in many other areas. We have taken the time to identify with the issues on the Nexus 6P we were quite shocked to see the device being full of faults.

The first is with the orientation feature. A bug is apparently preventing the users from returning to portrait mode after switching to landscape. This is really annoying because it is better to operate the smartphone in portrait.

The second issue is with the calling feature. When performing group calls, the Nexus 6 can receive other incoming calls. However, the users can’t send a message to the separate caller to notify the person of the ongoing group call. This is something which the Nexus 6P should be able to perform but a software glitch is getting in the way.

Other issues we discovered include the phone locking during calls and the touchscreen sensors behaving abnormally. This explains why many are returning the Nexus 6P and you should stay away from the device temporarily. Things will definitely get better once Google launches a fix for the issues stated above.


  1. Bad article

    January 5, 2016 at 2:26 pm

    Wtf this article is bad. Most those issues i have had with any phone and 3rd party sowftware was the cause.

    • Dan

      January 5, 2016 at 5:14 pm

      I have had the phone for a month and have not had any of those issues.