Nexus 6P has been plagued with battery and boot-loop issues that are causing it to shut off randomly. Past year too Google launched its first-generation Pixel smartphones in the United States on October 4. Later on, the fault proved to be on the manufacturer's end and now Google has come forward to serve its customers.
The entire world is looking for next Google flagship smartphones the Next-Gen Pixel and Pixel XL to release at the earliest, but one has to wait until this October to get hands on it. The phone is being offered in different countries including USA, Canada, UK, and Australia.
If any of you actually open the FCC link at the source below, you might wonder how we know this is the Pixel 2 XL; Google isn't mentioned anywhere and neither is the Pixel brand, as far as we can tell. Previous reports had revealed that HTC would be manufacturing the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones.
The situation in the United Kingdom is hit or miss.
Also, if you are Canada, you'll likely get the 32GB Pixel XL, while those in the U.S. are getting the 128GB variant.
If you have a faulty 6P device and would like to replace it, just get in touch through the Nexus support website or your phone's support menu. What seems most common about this is that those with 64GB Nexus 6P devices are more likely to be offered the higher storage variant. Failure to send back the defective hardware will result to one getting charged with the replacement phone's value. Moreover, it looks like Google is swapping out defective Nexus 6P phones even if they're not under warranty, but they're offering replacements only to those who bought them through Google Store. If you purchased the phone from any other vendor, you're out of luck.