kevin97, 09 Nov 2015It's a Huawei, what do you expect ?But the selling price is so expensive!
To be honest i've never used an huawei phone for more than some hours at a time...i never own one and I haven't been impressed by one. But i think the choice of Google to trust huawei was a bad one. I think LG and Motorola have been a good investment in the past!
Every phone with enough glass will encounter a similar kind of problem. Hopefully, like the article suggests, manufacturers will come to the rescue.
And I doubt this is happening in the USA (more likely Canada, northern Europe or a mountaintop) - it isn't winter yet in the northern hemisphere.
Well, there goes the high praises during it launch. Now, we will start bashing it. I don't blame Huawei. They probably have no idea how smartphone affected in temperate climate. Failure in engineering design.
Anything can be faked nowadays, dont easily believe anything u see or you read.
I dont own 6p, but it sounds a bit weird to me about the claim that the unit's front glass bend on its own, thats really super weird, like duh? Its gorilla glass for heavens sake. Even the earlier generation of gorilla glass can endure several drops.
I strongly believe that this is a hoax,
am glad that i didn't wait for this phone, instead i bought the better phone, Motorola nexus 6, and i couldn't be happier, nice phone :)
Google should have trusted a better company instead of Huawei for Nexus 6P. Chinese companies are good at producing cheap products only. Perhaps LG would have done a much better job at this. Big mistake Google.