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Some Pixel 2 XL touchscreens are unresponsive near the edges, but a fix is coming

Some Google Pixel 2 XL smartphones cannot register taps along the edges of the display

Now there's a new bug to add to the list: unresponsive spots near the edge of the screen.

One user said in the community website that he conducted an experiment to prove that the edges of the Pixel 2 XL screen do not register touches.

For what it's worth, I've never noticed any responsiveness issues on the edges of my Pixel 2 XL screen in my day-to-day use.

As reported by Engadget, Google Pixel 2 XL owners are now complaining about the lack of response when pressing on the display edges. The catch is that means at least for now if your Pixel 2 XL has the screen edge issue, you are stuck with it.

The Pixel 2 XL is definitely not having a good time on the market, as many issues related to the device's hardware have popped up since its general availability last month.

Google has started shipping the initial batch of Pixel Buds which is the company's maiden attempt at making wireless headphones.

Indeed this seems fishy and as the source reports it is to do with accidental touch protection logic. He revealed that Google is now working on a fix to solve the problem.

Google seems to be aware of the issue and a Community Manager on the forum has replied to the original post saying, "The team has been investigating, and this will be addressed in a future OTA update". There were also some users who experienced possible screen burn-ins, which Google has also fixed through a recent software update.

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