Google & Huawei could end up paying $400 to Nexus 6P users

Google partnered with Huawei to create the Nexus 6P.                  Josh Miller  CNET

Google partnered with Huawei to create the Nexus 6P. Josh Miller CNET

Similarly, for those Nexus 6P devices that suffered battery drain will have $150 for the taking if proper documents are presented.

If the court verdict on May 9th came in favor of plaintiffs, Nexus 6P users in the USA who bought the device on September 25th, 2015 and onward would be qualified to claim repayment.

In the Janurary 2018, LG's number of devices including G4, V10, V20, Nexus G5 and Nexus 5X have received the same class action lawsuit by the consumers.

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Moreover, The class action settlement is based in the United States.

Nexus 6P users who faced a bootloop or battery drain issue would soon be able to receive as much as $400 (roughly Rs. 26,600). Now the same issue is turning out to be a bane for Google and Huawei following a court ruling that said the two companies stands liable to pay $9.75 million to compensate for all the troubles users had to go through for the same. Google's Nexus 6P device had similar problems - the difference between the two companies is that Apple mostly got away with a slap on the hand (by offering customers $29 battery replacements), whereas Google was hit with a class-action lawsuit. The lawsuit claims that the users' devices experienced a bootlooping issue that caused their phones to shut down, randomly irrespective of the battery level. However, note that there's no website yet for you to file a claim - the courts need to approve everything first, which should happen in the next month or so. If you have exchanged the device with a Pixel XL then you will be getting a maximum of $10. This would allow everyone who purchased Nexus 6P units which issues properly documented to receive a compensation of $400 while those who faced issues, however, don't have any documentation against it would receive compensation between $10 to $75 per head. Ae you happy about this settlement? "The lawsuit alleged that Google, which contracted the design and manufacturing of its early Android smartphones to third-party companies, and Huawei, one of the chosen companies, breached the device warranty since the companies were aware of the issue, but did not respond to the bug", The Verge reports.

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