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Discussion in 'Tech News' started by Ohyea!, Jan 17, 2015.
Motorola acknowledges Nexus 6 defect - TOI Mobile The Times of India Mobile Site
If it came up in Verizon's testing for certification to run on their network, why wouldn't they say something? All devices on that are sold by them must pass these certification tests.
Have they ever said anything before? And this is a very rare issue. Tons of us on XDA chatting and ROMing and this is the first I have heard of it.
I don't know if Verizon has ever reported an issue like that while certifying devices.
My friend has had one for a few months now and his is fine. He had never heard of it either.
At this point I am just trying to find any plausible reason for the delay. Although at this point an outright cancelation of the device seems most likely.
Because it is Verizon.
Regardless of manufacturer, there always seems to be a bad batch of phones that slip through the cracks.
Every production run is bound to have a bad apple or two.
Truer words were never spoken.
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