I would recommend everyone get a replacement because it seems like a hardware or power issue. I am an Android developer myself and all the debug logs indicate a hardware problemFollowing is what the same user got to hear from Google Support:
The Response was to get an RMA for the issue and support said there tracking the problem and issuing replacement devices for that effected wince there is no known fix.Relevant forum threads reveal that Google has been surreptitiously replacing affected units. Unfortunately, there have also been reports that say that the replacements were of no help because the problem is recurring and showed up again after a while With miscellaneous reports from several users, it is difficult to come to a conclusion about whether or not a replacement of units is the best solution to these recurring problems. However, one thing is for certain. This is the only option at hand as of now, and as a user had previously stated in one of the comments listed above, there is no harm in opting for an RMA.
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