If you own a Nexus 6P and have had to put up with battery-related issues during your time with the device, you may have received very good news this week. 2015's Nexus 6P, for instance, was praised in our initial review for its premium build quality, silky smooth user experience, blazing fast performance, versatile camera, excellent sound, and speedy charging technology. Notably, a bunch of Nexus 6P users reported the issues of the boot loop and battery drain in the year 2016, as per a few reports. As neatly explained in the summary of the proposed class action settlement, the so-called "bootloop" flaw made phones randomly reboot, freeze, or simply shut down without ever being able to "advance to the home screen" again.
Google & Huawei are now in a final phase of the settlement against a class-action lawsuit filed against the two bigwigs against the affected Huawei Nexus 6P users where the owner could get reimbursements of up to $400 if won.
Anyone who purchased a Nexus 6P in the United States between September 29, 2015 and the soon-to-be-announced settlement approval date is eligible for compensation, but its value will be determined by a number of factors.
The settlement between the class action lawsuit and primarily Google which contracted Huawei to design and manufacture its Nexus lineup is expected to face a settlement amount of $9.75 million that both the companies would have to pay against the lawsuit that was filed back in April 2017. Furthermore, the plaintiffs allege that despite having knowledge of the issues, the two companies continue to sell the Nexus 6P devices. Similarly, users who faced the alleged battery drain issue and submit documentation of the issue are suggested to receive up to $150 (roughly Rs. 10,400). If Google sent you an original Pixel as a warranty exchange, you'll only be eligible for a $10 settlement.
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By proving documentation of bootloops, you can get $325 settlement. However, they will need proper documentation for the bug, those who can not provide it will only get $75.
The settlement is all depending on the court for the approval, but it seems that it's going to happen anytime soon.
Concerning the money, it appears that only those who still have the faulty device will be eligible for the $400.