The Nexus 6, a.k.a the 6-inch monster phablet, was launched three years back but it still managed to stay reliable to many loyal users.
This device is the purest versions of what an Android device should be and it runs on the speedy Snapdragon 805 processor paired to 3GB RAM with 32GB or 64GB internal storage.
The Nexus 6 is fitted with a 3,220mAh battery and it is supported by Motorola’s Turbo Charger ability to acquire six hours of battery life following merely 15 minutes of charging.
The Nexus device didn’t disappoint in its features as well – especially with the 13MP rear-facing and 2MP selfie-snapper. The camera offers optical image stabilization for better low-light images and HDR+ – just like the Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6 Plus.
However, we can’t deny the fact that the device is an aging model and there’s bound to be problems popping up inevitably. Some Nexus 6 users have been complaining that their device screen has been turning blue.
One owner describes it as blue spray paint covering his display and to make it worse, some have noticed that the screen is coming loose from the edge.
This sure seems like the device is reaching its end but loyal Nexus 6 simply can’t let go of their beloved device. Well, if you are one of these Nexus 6 users, you could try taking your device to a repair shop to get the screen replaced.
Alternatively, if you’re competent enough, you could even try doing it yourself. There are many tutorials available online so all you have to do is to take a pick – just like this one below:
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