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Discussion in 'Nexus 6P by Huawei' started by cynkrzy, Nov 8, 2015.
Thanks, Jonny Kansas. Can't wait!!!!!
By the way, I loved my Droid Maxx, but there were two major 'issues', and one minor one which convinced me that it was time to look for a new phone.
First (the minor one), the battery life, originally phenomenal on the Maxx, deteriorated with age. From it's initial ability to go two days without a charge, it was at a point where it had a hard time going a single day.
Secondly, it would no longer allow for hands free dialing using my bluetooth device, and Motorola tech support was unable to offer a solution. A real problem in California, where hands free dialing is required by law.
Lastly, and most importantly, when I purchased the phone, Motorola had indicated that the Droid Maxx would be upgraded to Lollipop when that os was released. Motorola backed away from that 'promise'. With the 6P, I will immediately have Marshmallow, and future os updates will be supported as well.