“USA Today noticed display disparities from one Pixel 2 XL review unit to another, but not was able to replicate the burn-in problem,” Molina reports. “In a statement, Google said it is ‘actively investigating’ the claims… In most cases, burn-in happens on a display after owners have used their devices for several years. If burn-in is the confirmed issue with Google’s Pixel 2 XL smartphone, released just this month, it would represent a much larger problem.”
Molina reports, “And it comes at a bad time for Google, as Apple prepares to roll out its iPhone X smartphone early next month.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Google’s Pixel phones are not competition for Apple’s iPhones. Pixel phones are dog-slow, shoddy pieces of junk next to Apple’s iPhones.
If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone. It’s a burnt-in, slow, high-pitched whining and clicking disaster. It’s a failed IQ test.
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