2015 is marked as the year of Android, this year we have seen many Android smartphone with unique features like curved display, dual-camera setup.
This year, we have seen massive changes in the the industry, such as the creation of Alphabet and the Indian-origin, Sundar Pichai as the CEO of Google. And the launch of latest version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The launch of 2015 Nexus smartphone running the latest Android operating system was a major event of this year. However, we have also witnessed some real fails. Here are the biggest Android fails of 2015, have a look at the slider below to know more.
Heating problem of Snapdragon 810 processor
Android Fail 1:
The heating problem of Snapdragon 810 has been one of those enduring fails this year, because it is still being used and still causing problems in some smartphone. Despite of revision, the Snapdragon 810 is going to do down in history as one of the worst chipsets ever.
Samsung Ditches MicroSD & Removable Batteries
Android Fail 2:
Samsung's move to remove microSD card support and have non-removable batteries to its flagship smartphone was perhaps not entirely unpredictable, but it shock to most Samsung fans. With Galaxy S6 series, Samsung removed two features that were widely popular in previous models: microSD support and a removable battery.
HTC One M9 Design
Android Fail 3:
The design changes in One M7 and One M8 was a natural progress, but when the designer of those devices left the company, the One M9 felt like it got lost down. However, it came with few changes, other than a different shaped camera lens and a slight ridge at the sides.
Performance Issues in Xperia Z3+
Android Fail 4:
Sony Xperia Z3+ was the fist Snapdragon 810 device that was found to have serious performance issues. The Xperia Z3+ has issues like force closed apps, limited performance and was otherwise unusable as an actual phone.
No NFC in OnePlus 2
Android Fail 5:
OnePlus make a huge buzz in the industry with its flagship smartphone OnePlus 2. But also attracted the wrong kind of attention, when it made a surprisingly controversial decision to omit NFC from the OnePlus 2. The smartphone also ditched wireless and fast charging.