7 reasons why the Pixel 2 is better than the iPhone X

Posted November 14, 2017

Apart from this, one of the Pixel 2 XL users uploaded a video on Youtube, showing the unresponsive touch at the corners of the device by using a display tester app.

Google unveiled the Pixel Buds for $159 in early October along with the Google Home, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL and more.

As reported by Engadget, Google Pixel 2 XL owners are now complaining about the lack of response when pressing on the display edges.

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Users on the Pixel User Community have posted about a new issue to be aware of. However, when tapping near the edges, the smartphone sometimes does not pick up the command.

The issue (which Artem shares, obviously) appears to be over-aggressive accidental touch protection logic, so an OTA fix makes sense. To solve the problem, Google has promised its users that soon a software update will be released consulting the display issues faced worldwide.

First came the screen issues, then the sound. A number of reports of differential aging on the Pixel 2 XL's OLED screen will also be taken care of, in the next software update as promised by Google.

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The unresponsive touchscreen edges issue is different from previous Pixel 2 XL display problems though.

The Google Pixel smartphones have been acknowledged by various critics for their lovely OLED displays and highest rated smartphone cameras.

Reports are emerging from the Pixel Community Forum, via Android Police, that the edges of the screen don't always respond to touch properly, and disgruntled users have gone as far as producing a video to demonstrate exactly what they mean (below). "No transcription of my voice appears, and Assistant doesn't do anything, and eventually goes back to sleep", a Pixel 2 user wrote on the forum.

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