I've got a Nexus 6P that I purchased over a year ago now, so I am no longer in warranty.
Within the past month, my battery has gone from not the best battery life to terrible. I am experiencing random battery shutoffs at varied percentages between 30 - 50%.
This is getting really annoying as I am now forced to bring an external battery pack with me at all times. Luckily I haven't had the phone die at a time when I really need it - like trying to get home late at night or notifying someone where I am.
I know there are hundreds of other Nexus 6P owners with the same issue and Google is aware of it. It's a combination of hardware and software issues.
Is there anything I can do now that I am out of my warranty period? I was hoping to sell this phone to upgrade in a few months - but now that isn't possible since my phone is practically useless.
I've only got $100 left on my tab before I can upgrade - but its really annoying that I [b]have to pay this strictly because my phone has a hardware issue and is no longer reliable as a device.