Many consumers in the United States have had the chance to buy a flagship class smartphone from Chinese giant Huawei. The company recently teamed up with Google for the Nexus 6P, a flagship smartphone running stock Android that will be available in the U.S. Consumers in the country are happy to finally have consistent access to Huawei and are apparently overstretching Google with the demand.
The company says that it cannot keep up with shipments as demand for the Nexus 6P is so high. Google says it will issue a $25 refund as a gesture and asks customers to be patient waiting for inventories to pick back up. The only real question left is to ask how many devices Google prepared for its initial run? This is a common problem with Nexus smartphones early on, but sales never turn out to be that impressive.