Now the Pixel 2 XL has an unresponsive screen issue

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Google's Pixel 2 and 2 XL have reported a couple of bugs since its launch in October, and now there seems to be another flaw which has been brought to light. Several users have complained on Google's official forum and some have even documented it in a video. He tried to do swiping gestures on the display's edges, which prompted an action.

Google has started shipping the initial batch of Pixel Buds which is the company's maiden attempt at making wireless headphones. Members of the Pixel User Community website are reporting that the screen has little or no responsiveness at its edges, resulting in certain taps or gestures going unrecognized. Android Police stated that the real culprit is the device's accidental touch protection feature, which can sometimes be over the top.

Problems keep getting pointed out on the Pixel 2 XL and a lot of them have to do with the LG-made display.

Google's Community Manager Orrin Hancock responded to the unresponsive edge issue and stated that the product team had been investigating the problem and a future OTA update would address the flaw.

We reached out to Google, and a spokesperson acknowledged the issue and confirmed its fix.

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. 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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