At the beginning of the month, LG settled a lawsuit pertaining to bootlooping issues found on the Nexus 5X and other handsets. Google and Huawei have also been being sued for a similar problem that affects the Nexus 6P, and a judge just ruled that the class-action lawsuit can move forward…
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This case has been going for over a year now in the U.S. District Court in Northern California, but in today’s ruling, Judge Beth Labson Freeman made several decisions.
The lawsuit claims that Google and Huawei sold the Nexus 6P to consumers despite knowing that the phone had problems. These included the phone bootlooping, randomly shutting off despite the battery having more than 50% charge, and just general battery drain.
The 15 named plaintiffs have stated that they intend to file the class-action lawsuit on June 8, 2018.
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