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Google’s new Android-powered smartphone and tablet, the Nexus 6, has a huge battery life problem that has people wondering if they should replace the components they bought.
Here’s how to replace the batteries.
Read next: Google, Microsoft launch a new smartphone and tablets on October 28th, 2018The new Nexus 6 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset with a 5.7-inch 1080p display, which means it will be a 5-inch device when it arrives in stores on October 24th.
You can see all of the specs here.
The device also has Android Marshmallow and is supported by Google’s Nexus TV service, which lets you watch live TV from a small set-top box.
If you’re buying a new Nexus device, Google recommends that you follow all of these steps to get the best possible experience with it.
Google says the new Nexus is designed to be a “flagship” device for the Android-based Pixel 2 XL.
Its main selling point is that it will offer 5.5-inch displays and is designed for those who want a more premium smartphone.
However, you won’t be able to upgrade your phone from the factory if it’s on the Nexus 10 (which was the only phone on the Google Store).
Google will be launching the new phone as a “Premium” version on October 25th for £499.99 (about $599.99), which will have a 5X Super AMOLED panel and a Snapdragon 820 processor with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.