Google and Huawei agree to pay Nexus 6P owners for selling faulty devices

After a long legal battle, Google and Huawei have agreed to pay Nexus 6P owners for the problems they faced because of the faulty devices. This issue goes back to the initial launch of the device, post which users complained that their phones were going into bootloop and they were facing random restarts.

Due to the issues, users filed a class action lawsuit against both Google and Huawei for selling faulty devices. The lawsuit blamed Google for going ahead with the launch and the sale of the device even though it knew about the issue and did nothing to fix it. Google has agreed to a $9.75 million settlement and will pay everyone who bought the device on or after September 25, 2015. The eligible Nexus owners could be paid up to $400 for their faulty device. However, if you have received a Pixel XL in a prior warranty exchange program, you will only get up to $10. The highest amounts will go to those who submit proper documentation for the bug, while those who don’t may get up to $75.

Source: The Verge; Via: Pocket Now

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