While some of these issues have since been helped via software updates, it seems that Google isn't out of the woods yet, as Pixel 2 XL users have now started to complain that the anti-fingerprint coating is prone to peeling.
Google's Pixel 2 XL flagship smartphone has been met with several issues related to its OLED display.
GoogleGoogle has officially revealed the second generation of its Pixel smartphones, the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL. This was a breath of fresh air in a realm of Android complications, and Google followed this success with the Pixel 2.
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Pixel 2 XL users have flooded the Pixel User Community forum with complaints.
Multiple users responded to the comment noting that the fix worked for them as well. Now, it appears as though another display problem has surfaced as some users are experiencing screen flashes when locking and unlocking their Pixel 2 XL units. One of the major problems is that the Pixel 2 has a potential bendgate situation as Google has fitted an antenna band at the weakest part of the phone. This is an issue beyond just phone calls, though, as things such as voice recognition use the same microphones.
A number of users have reported that blowing into the bottom speaker or USB port seems to solve the microphone issue. But then again, the heavy trust placed on LG has resulted in some major controversies happening with the Pixel 2 and it is with the burn-in screen. Once the mic was working, he was able to deactivate it by blowing into the speaker.
The cause for this is unknown, but on some devices, users are reporting that the microphone just stops working, seemingly due to some hardware issue.