Motorola had requested AT&T to return defective Nokia mobile phones. In an earlier report made by Droid Life, the software flaw has made Nexus 6 unusable. AT&T users who had purchased the handset complains that the device displays black screen and cannot be able to connect online when turning it on.
Motorola had recently confirmed to Re/code that the fault plagued a small number of the Nexus 6 phones that delivered to AT&T.
The company stated to the site, “The incorrect software prevents the phone from starting up properly. We will provide replacements for consumers whose phones are affected. The problem has been corrected and the phones are currently shipping are fine.”
At this point in time, the status of the Nexus 6 on AT&T‘s site is set at “Out of Stock Online.”
AT&T had begun receiving preorders several days ago for its Midnight Blue variant.
By the time Nexus 6 will be available online, it will carry a price tag of $249.99 with 2-yr contract or $682.99 without contract. One can also opt for an upgraded version of Next Plans through AT&T.