Google Pixel users report experiencing the nefarious Nexus 6P shutdown bug
But it seems that the malfunctioning juicebox problem might not be isolated to just one phone. More troubling even — Google's new flagship Pixel phones are said to be exhibiting the same behavior since the last update.
A few Reddit users have reported that their Pixels will sometimes just randomly turn off when the battery charge is between 25% and 35%. The phones in question are the 32 GB and 128 GB variants of the regular Pixel and an unidentified version of the Pixel XL. So far, only a few people are reporting the bug, so there's hope that this could only affect a small batch of lemon phones. We'll keep an ear close to the ground for more information.
Interestingly enough, the iPhone 6s suffers from the very same issue right now — once it drops below 30%, it would either randomly turn off or drain the remainder of its battery in the matter of minutes. Apple has already started a free battery replacement program for certain batches of the 6s handsets, but many believe this might be an issue with iOS 10.2. We still doubt there's a connection between Apple's and Google's phones shutdown problems, but that's an incredible coincidence none the less!