Apart from this, one of the Pixel 2 XL users uploaded a video on Youtube, showing the unresponsive touch at the corners of the device by using a display tester app. Users on Google's product forums have started reporting the lack of touch sensitivity along the edges of the display. While the handset activates the Assistant once the "OK Google" hotword is passed through the connected headphones, the virtual assistant doesn't listen to any commands.
"The mic icon turns into the four dots indicating that Assistant is listening, but they don't move, indicating it hears something".
It might feel like Google is following Apple's script right now: remove the headphone jack from your flagship phone, ship the phone with a depressingly bad dongle adapter, and announce a new pair of revolutionary Bluetooth headphones to divert the you-caused frustrations of your customers into additional retail transactions.
Trump, Duterte first meeting: 'Warm and cordial'
The Palace official said Duterte has had the opportunity to clarify his position on the alleged killings in the Philippines. The leader of the Philippines has told a gathering of Filipino expatriates that he killed someone when he was a teenager.
Google's own Assistant-enabled headphones, the Pixel Buds, will be released and shipped soon.
In addition to the smaller Pixel 2, the giant Pixel 2 XL also appears to have the same issue.
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The company's tower business reported a standalone revenue of Rs 758.5 crore for the FY17 with a net worth of Rs 662.3 crore. Vodafone India MD Sunil Sood had earlier said the merger of the two companies was on track for completion in 2018.
Earlier, this week, Google had issued updates to some of the bugs.
Pixel buds are created to perform language translation through Google Translate in real-time. After a volley of reports and bug feedback, community manager Orrin Hancock said that Google has been investigating and that the problem "will be addressed in a future OTA update".
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) gets FCC nod; mid-range Android phone launch imminent
So there is a chance the Galaxy A series for 2018 could come with a new "Infinity Display " without any home button on the front. Samsung Galaxy A series is the mid-range premium one from the company with the A7, A5 and A3 usually being launched.