Google & Huawei is agreed to pay Nexus 6P Users Who facing Battery Drain Issues Up to $400 to the faulty Nexus 6P
The faulty Google Nexus 6P that participated in the on-going lawsuit could receive up to $400 as Google and Huawei have agreed for a settlement. Pending court approval, the companies would be liable to a $9.75 million (around Rs 65 crores) settlement for the class action lawsuit that began in April 2017.
Users received a Pixel XL in a previous warranty exchange program, However, the proposed settlement states that users who experienced the alleged boot loop and battery drain issues on multiple Nexus 6P units and submit documentation of the issues faced would receive up to $400. Users who would not be able to provide proper documentation of the issues would also be eligible to receive up to $75 (roughly Rs. 5,200), the Nexus 6P comes with a 5.7-inch quad-HD (2K) display, an octa-core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 12.3MP rear camera, an 8MP front snapper, 4G LTE, a USB Type-C port, Nexus Imprint fingerprint sensor, and a 3,450mAh battery with fast charging support.