Google’s problems with its Pixel smartphone range have not yet come to a conclusion as buyers of Pixel and Pixel XL have filed a class action lawsuit against the firm regarding the sale of faulty cell phone units. The plaintiffs in the complaint allege that Google knowingly sold phones with faulty microphones. Additionally, it claims that a number of the units issued under the guarantee replacement program continued to get the same matter. After acknowledging this matter backGoogle had advised replacement of pixels mobile phones in guarantee. A FastCompany report says that none of the complainants from the suit had their Pixel phones repaired inside the warranty period.
Interestingly, Girard Gibbs LLP, the same law firm that could be suing Google on the problems from the Pixel 2 range, is handling this lawsuit. The two generations of the Google Pixel had their fair share of problems. While supplying a clean Android experience and camera performance, the Pixel scope was caught up in a lot of issues since launch. The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have been reported to have problems in voice messaging, speaker performance, bundled headset adapters, fingerprint sensor performance, and sound performance. An AndroidCentral report claims that yet another suit was filed against Google in the same week.
This complaint alleges a customer obtained overcharged for data on the Project Fi network, with charges payable to $200 at a period of three months. Separately, Google released the Feb Android security upgrade for Nexus and Pixel smartphones. The update opens up Pixel Visual Core to 3rd party applications on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. In addition, it has several other error corrections and software improvements for the original Pixel range and pick Nexus smartphones.