The Google Nexus 6 seems to be the best smartphone available in the market with high-end specs, incrdeble display and the current android stock version i.e Android Lollipop 5.0.2 packed in it, but certain users aren't happy with the build-quality of the smartphone which is manufactured by tech giant Motorola.
Recent reports stated that there were some sofware issues with incoming calls but now we are getting to hear physical issues too regarding the device. According to a Nexus 6 user the battery cover of the phone gets separated from the body of the device.
Multiple reports of this issue are popping out but it still remains unclear as to why this is happening. Motorola's Twitter account has acknowledged that this is a problem and has offered their help to get these devices replaced for their customers. That being said it should be noted that the Nexus 6 is not the only Motorola-made phone suffering from this problem. There have been similar issues with handsets like the Motorola Droid Turbo and last year's Moto X.
Terming this as a physical defect, a "fix" can't be considered as a option other than to take the phone in for a replacement. Hopefully Motorola will figure this problem out and produce subsequent handsets with this issue solved.
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