Google is once again on the defensive as it tries to explain why early adopters are finding the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro charging speeds to be slower than expected.
The Pixel 6 launch has been anything but smooth for Google. When leaks first revealed the phone’s design, we were pleasantly surprised to see a modern flagship smartphone. Then Google announced that its own custom Tensor chip would power the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The excitement surrounding the arrival of the new phones was palpable. But then the phone actually launched.
Nearly every story about the Pixel 6 over the past few weeks has been about the phone’s problems. The fingerprint sensor isn’t consistent, the phone randomly ghost-dials contacts, the display flickers when the phone is off — the list goes on. Slowly but surely, Google is trying to address these issues, and did so this week via a post on its support forums.
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