Nickname, 01 Aug 2018One of the best phones i have ever had. Had it for 2 years, replaced the battery and it worked... moreHad problems with battery after 1,5 years of use. Now new battery and display unit chanced. For warranty. Splendid again!
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2018How is your working now?It's Working Fine But Not Much Fine,
When i purchase it, it gave 7 hour battery timing but now it's only giving 3-4 hour on wifi..
I think i need to change battery now..
For those of you who have troubles with this phone consider upgrading to pixel xl
Yvan, 22 Oct 2018In the specs for the Nexus 6 P it says that the battery is not removable. How do you replace ... moreI replaced my nearly a year ago and the battery life is back to how it was when I bought it. There are loads of YouTube videos about this such as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEQbQPAU9Ss. You need a bit of patience but it really isn't difficult.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2018It is not correct. Battery in my nexus 6p was replaced about 5 months ago, no problems. Works ... moreIn the specs for the Nexus 6 P it says that the battery is not removable. How do you replace it then?
I just want to know .I have nexus 6p 32 gb model no H1512 .it has been on bootloop since 8months.I can buy its motherboard from ali express .there are 2 models showing H1512 and H1511.please tell me if I choose H1511 will it work .because H1512 is listed for 64 gb.please clarify..
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2018I was told by Project Fi you can't change the battery in the Nexus 6p. That it's a inbuilt b... moreIt is not correct. Battery in my nexus 6p was replaced about 5 months ago, no problems. Works like new.
Piece of junk. Good for millenials with lady fingers.
Cant pick the thing up without touching the buttons.
Worst phone I have ever owned.
Slow, No extra storage. Piece of junk
Jeff, 13 Sep 2018Having this phone more then 2 years. Changed battery and it works like new. May I know what should be ideal battery timing for this cell
ajgarcia, 29 Aug 2018This is the worst phone i've had, it first gave me battery problems and had it replaced, then ... moreI was told by Project Fi you can't change the battery in the Nexus 6p. That it's a inbuilt battery. So not sure what you did to your phone.
Jeff, 13 Sep 2018Having this phone more then 2 years. Changed battery and it works like new. Jeff, I also really like my 6P as well but after 2.5 years the battery life was getting shorter and shorter. I went to my local Cell Phone repair shop and they replaced it at a cost of $75 CDN and voila my battery life was like new. BUT unfortunately 3 weeks later my 6P wouldn't turn on (red flashing LED of death). Took it back to the same repair store for checking and they determined the motherboard needed to be replaced. I ended up getting a different phone from my Cellular provider. Too bad, since I really enjoyed my Nexus 6P
Having this phone more then 2 years. Changed battery and it works like new.
This is the worst phone i've had, it first gave me battery problems and had it replaced, then it started acting sluggish and finally got stuck in the google logo. Consider another another option because you will end up spending a lot more money than the current phone value.
Skandra, 11 May 2018Apart from the battery issue which has been deeply deployed and discussed in this forum with n... moreThis is not an issue with the phone bro..this is a feature of the mobile network...when you make a call it will disconnect internet and only phone call will work...
azuwaru, 31 Jul 2018Finally my nexus 6p died because of battery problem
Only survive 1.5 yearsFinally my nexus 6p died because of battery problem
Only survive 1 mount
Sadly, I got one of the ones that is among the horror stories. It crashes out between 70% and 95%. I can sometimes take several pictures before it fully crashes into a boot-loop, sometimes I can take just ONE photo. Brought it in to a repair place - a guy who literally fabricates parts for phones from scratch - he looked at the model and said "buy a new phone. It is rarely only the battery. We can try to replace it, and I'll just charge the cost of the battery ($30) and labour - but chances are extremely good that it'll be much more to fix."
A good phone WHEN it worked... but it's got bottom-of-the-barrel hardware. Embarassingly bad for a $900 phone.
A lot of the comments are about the Nexus 6P. I would suggest backing up your data and then doing a full restore. If that doesn't fix the battery problems it's most likely hardware related and also more than likely the battery itself. You can find the tutorial about how to fix it yourself on iFixit or you can have a company like RxTech Repair or UBreakifix do it for you. This phone is still a beast minus the battery problems.