skrishna, 23 Nov 2015Ha ha.. lala.. la.. I was about to buy 6p yesterday but got J5 on.. and didn't had any issues.... more@Skrishna ur comparing with 6P vs J5 very Funny..lololo
mir, 23 Nov 2015Maybe you should get your head checked though. No one is gonna risk owning a phone that may ea... moreoh well, ill give you proof for that matter, the design of a phone with an aluminium casing is processed normally with a shear threshold of stress, elsewise the phone would not have got through the testing phase, this is the basics for designing a phone. a company working with google would have surely got that phase right, unless your ass is hard as rock, you are not gonna break your phone, common sense.
Good! now google can slap itself sideways for trusting this fail OEMs
you could use the best smartphone creator called HTC.
Ha ha.. lala.. la.. I was about to buy 6p yesterday but got J5 on.. and didn't had any issues. My wait continues for S7. These other manufacturers don't maintain any standard. best of luck sad 6p owners. Fragile, delicate, Fast but not useful in call :) I saved my 42K for upcoming S7. Make your mind guys.
I never had any issue with my Nexus 6 and it was a perfect phone.....
From motorola to huawei? Come on, use Fujitsu, the first mobile with iris recognition
stobs, 23 Nov 2015LG is terrible. Lousy Goods. for the Nexus line at least.Huawei, not LG
meow-, 23 Nov 2015looks like this could be last time google giving contract to huaweiLG has done a consistently bad job (for nexus phones alone) and they keep getting contracts.
frankly, El Goog doesn't care. they just want your data.
Anonymous, 23 Nov 2015I had phone for 11 days now don't have this kind of issueyou need to hang a board -> days without issues: 11
Anonymous, 23 Nov 2015And the shattering glass where the camera module is? Is that merely a software issue as well?yeah. a simple patch will fix that one.
plain fact is the nexus series from nexus 4 has widespread quality issues. fankids can just 'google' it. the excuse here? inexpensive. well that's not really an excuse for a google-backed flagship, is it?
After trying out 3 Chinese companies, I'm not surprised by the latest trouble. I hope Google self builds the Nexus next time or sticks with LG.
It's Karma biting them in the ass for moving away from their earlier, more ethical, business models.
It's good when a business does more for its competition then marketing ever could. Since this current series of Nexus handsets were released, iPhones have never looked more appealing.
Maybe lower the prices in countries outside of the US and Karma will play nice again.