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Some Google's Pixel 2 XL units are apparently shipping without an OS

03 Noviembre 2017

Owners of the more expensive Pixel 2 XL have reported that the devices' OLED screens are suffering from "burn-in"-a phenomenon where a portion of the display remains visible even after changing the screen to display something else, degrading user experience".

If you've got a phone that came without Android, your best bet is to send it back to Google and hope that your replacement actually comes with an operating system.

For the Pixel 2, the deductible there is $79, and for the Pixel 2 XL it is $99. Coupled with the 'natural' colors, it makes the Pixel 2 XL less than desirable for photographers despite its otherwise great camera. Do you think it will happen? Google is one of the biggest internet services company in India and overseas that provides various services include Gmail, GoogleDuo, YouTube and the search engine, Google search.

The company also extended the manufacturer's warranty for both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL to two years, which should cover the majority of owners for the time they own the handset. The phone is supported by Android 8.0.0 and houses a 2700mAh battery that is non-removable. The former is being vended online via Flipkart and offline via retailers such as Poorvika, Reliance Digital, Sangeetha Mobiles, Croma, Vijay Sales, and Bajaj Electronics. "The device will not start".

If Google admits to the Pixel XL 2 featuring the screen burn-in problem, then it truly is a big issue.

Talking about the price of the smartphones, Pixel 2 is priced at Rs. 61,000 for the 64GB variant and Rs. 70,000 for 128 GB model. For connectivity, Google Pixel 2 comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC and supports 3G as well as 4G for Band 40 & Indian LTE networks. Visiting the provided link doesn't really help, either, as it doesn't list this error message as an issue. Users in a similar scenario that set a PIN or password would be able to bypass Factory Reset Protection with their Google account.