Pixel 6 users find dead pixels near the front camera and upper right corner of the screen

Some Pixel 6 series users have complained about black dots that started appearing on their phone screens. Complaints about this issue have been spotted on various forums including Reddit, Twitter, and the Google support page. On the latter, a Pixel 6 Pro user name “Beautiful Youin” wrote: “Screen has developed a black dot which seems to be getting bigger. Phone has not been discontinued and has been updated. What’s going on? Google support is very frustrating and won’t let me to chat or call anyone. And the drop-down menu below won’t let me choose the Pixel 6 Pro. WTH.”

Another day, another bug Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro

Some of these concerned Pixel 6 series users found the black dot just behind the front camera while others complained about the black dot that started to form in the top right corner of the phone. Users consider black marking to be the work of dead pixels on the phone screen.

Most of the Pixel 6 series users are unsure whether this problem is caused by faulty hardware or software glitch. Most believe the issue is hardware-related, which means Pixel users with a phone with this issue will be forced to call Google, get a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number, and trade in their phone for a replacement unit. blackhead as a software glitch may point to a user’s experience whose blackhead disappeared after installing the March security update on their Pixel 6 series handset earlier this year.
Not everyone has had the same level of issues with their Pixel 6 series phones. This writer had been pretty unscathed until the May update caused the occasional loss of network connectivity, me requiring you to turn Airplane mode on and off in order to restore the network connection. The under-display fingerprint scanner has also deteriorated after recent updates, although we hear that Android 13 will improve the biometric reader considerably.

Personally, I can’t say that my experience with the Pixel 6 Pro was so bad that it would deter me from buying the Pixel 7 Pro. But not everyone will be so optimistic about it. Google is once again forced to prove that it can build a flagship Android phone and Google has a few things to worry about. Those, like yours, who buy a Pixel to get an earlier glimpse of the next version of Android, see that Samsung and Google are good friends now, and that Samsung has seriously stepped up its Android update game.

The Motorola Moto X30 Pro could be a serious choice for those ditching the Pixel

And now that Motorola is once again a serious Android flagship maker with the upcoming Moto X30 Pro getting some much-needed buzz, Google needs to retain its legion of Pixel fans, not lose them. Google is to give Pixel 6 series owners a special deal on Pixel 7 models. Otherwise, Motorola will wait in the wings Again, Google hasn’t proven it can build a high-quality flagship phone on its own, and consumers are losing patience.

It will certainly be interesting to see if Google recognizes all the dynamics at play here. There were a lot of ups for the Alphabet subsidiary as the fourth quarter of 2021 was the best in Pixel’s history. And the company’s first Google Tensor chipset helped create popular features like Magic Eraser.

But the lows put Pixel 6 series owners on an express elevator straight to the basement. Some of those consumers ended up ditching their Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra or iPhone 13 Pro Max, and Google won’t have a chance to win their business back. As a result, Google needs to show those who kept their new Pixel that they did the right thing and that their trust in Google paid off.

Somewhere in Mountain View, the Pixel team should make sure that the Pixel 7 line will deliver the phone that the Pixel 6 series should have been. Next, the team needs to figure out how to make sure those who have kept the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have a chance of owning this year’s models so they can finally see what Google can do with a flagship Android phone. .

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