Nexus 6 issues thread

Discussion in 'Motorola Nexus 6' started by pc747, Nov 12, 2014.

  1. pc747

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    Post issues noticed with the nexus 6. Last year I ended up holding off on my nexus 5 after seeing a couple of issues as a result of rushing to fulfill demand. If you find any issues especially from a manufacturing standpoint please post as this may help others see in they are having the same issues as well as help with the warranty process.
     
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    Several reviews talk about experiencing slow sequential read speeds - slower than other recent flagships and even slower than the Nexus 5. Some of the more technically minded reviews are speculating that it could be lower quality storage that was used (something that happened with the original Nexus 7).

    Hopefully it's actually a software issue that Google can address quickly.
     
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    Interesting will have to look into that.
     
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    Yeah, some of the reviews were pretty harsh on this device, and regardless of its shortcomings you could tell who the die hard Nexus fans were. That battery life is downright depressing though. But like many "brands" today, people will buy it for the name alone.
    I'm not a fan of the whole "it should be fixed in a future update" saying that seems to be so popular these days. Personally, I don't buy a phone based off what it "may be like in the future", I buy based off what it can do "right now".
    And the journey continues...


    S5 tap'n
     
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