Nexus 6P Battery Draining Issues with Android Update

Google had recently announced the Android 7.0 Nougat update. Since then Nexus 6P battery draining issues have been causing a major trauma for its users.

Nexus 6P Battery Draining Issues


With Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat update, Nexus 6P users are facing battery failure after the update hit these smartphones. Few of the Reddit users are complaining about the Nexus 6P battery draining issues, on the online forum. The phone gets switched off on its own even if the phone is completely charged.

One of the users reported his issue on the online forum and uploaded a video. The video shows the Nexus 6P phone with a battery of 53%. The phone is updated with the latest Android 7.0 Nougat version. When the user took several pictures from his Nexus phone, the phone turned black. Probably the phone got turned off due to the Nexus 6P battery draining issue. The phone further refused to turn back on, without attaching a charger. The phone had 53% already, and the battery got drained within a second.

The same sort of issue is being faced by the maximum number of users of Nexus 6P. According to the users, the phone was working perfectly fine without getting the Android update. The Nexus 6P battery draining issues started after the users updated their phones with Android 7.0 Nougat update.

The phone drops to 0% battery and gets switched off when the phone battery goes below 25%. The Nexus 6P users are recommended to keep their phone charged to avoid the sudden black-out. Google is swift in resolving its issues and it is expected to come up with a solution for this complication.

For the users of Nexus 6P who haven’t got their Android 7.0 update yet, it is recommended that they pull back their plan for getting an update for a while until the Google team resolves the issue. Android 7.0 Nougat has a lot of features to explore but it seems the update has a major drawback already. Stay tuned for further updates.


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