Google unveiled the Pixel Buds for $159 in early October along with the Google Home, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL and more. The problem is confirmed to be related to the Pixel 2 XL software and not its hardware, which should make it much easier to fix compared to requesting a device replacement. As the search engine giant's massive flagship handset has only been in the market for a few weeks, users have reported yet another issue concerning the responsiveness of the screen edges. Another user put together a video demonstrating issue, highlighting that swipes towards the edge usually work, but taps are hit or miss. A Google Community Manager says the team has already started investigating the issue and the fix should come in the form of an over-the-air (OTA) update. There has been also feedback about the Pixel 2 XL displays for not appearing as vibrant as the other smartphones.
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There have been a variety of Google Pixel 2 XL display problems that have frustrated owners of the smartphone. The feature prevents slight, unintended touches on the screen to register as a command, but the problem shows that Google might have gone overboard with it. Cautious customers might want to go for the smaller HTC-made Pixel 2 instead. "There is a fairly large area in the bottom right corner that is unresponsive, and the taps aren't registered", a Pixel 2 XL user wrote while explaining the issue on the support forum. With Fused Video Stabilization on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, you no longer have to carefully place the phone before recording, hold it firmly over the entire recording session, or carry a gimbal mount everywhere.