Recent reports have revealed that the Nexus 6P, manufactured by Huawei, has been shutting down despite the device still having lots of battery left.
According to PhoneArena, Nexus 6P owners who have reported of the problem on the AOSP Issue Tracker site states that the battery problem began following the device being updated to Android 7.0 Nougat.
The battery could be between 10 percent to 60 percent, yet the device would still shut down. Some owners have resorted to flashing their Nexus 6P back to Android 6.0 in a bid to alleviate the problem, but it seems that the issue still remains even on Marshmallow.
The report also states that this problem appears to be occurring during cold weathers. Huawei has wiped its hands off of this problem by claiming that they are not responsible for it.
The company says it is not due to the hardware, instead it is an issue relating to Google’s software. However, Google isn’t placing this issue on the top of its list right now and that could be putting many Nexus 6P users at risk as a device that shuts down randomly could be dangerous.
Well, there isn’t much that anyone could do right now. Google needs to step up to acknowledge this issue and bring out a new software update to rectify this.