The better news is that these are Google's Pixel phones, not the Android phones of other manufacturers. That means updates will be launched quickly, because they come directly from Google without having to be redesigned by vendors and tested by carriers. But of course there's bad news, and it's clear that if you want a brand new flagship Google smartphone, you'll have to face a lot of problems before Google fixes them with future updates.
There is no doubt that Google's new Pixel phone is a great device in the broad sense. Google has made great progress in hardware, and the overall user experience is fast and smooth. When you reach a more subtle level, there are errors, from minor annoyances to shocking serious ones.
Three problems are more typical. First of all, Pixel 3 XL began to display second bangs on the side of the mobile phone. This is a strange problem. This problem is particularly annoying because the hard-core Android fans who already hate Apple's bangs are angry because Google decided to imitate on its Pixel 3 XL phoneIPhoneX's bangs. But don't worry, because for Pixel 3 XL users affected by this strange bug, a Google spokesman said: "There will be a solution in the next few weeks."
The second problem is that Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL can't really save photos taken. This is another big ironic bug. Google's new flagship Pixel phone, arguably the best smartphone in the world to take pictures, has not actually saved the beautiful photos taken because of the bug. Fortunately, Google confirmed to SlashGear that the problem was affecting only a few handsets and was about to be fixed by updates.
The third bug is different from the first two because it will never be repaired because it is a hardware problem. Some users find that Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will vibrate like crazy when using speakers. Google played down the problem in its media response, which was serious and uncomfortable using speakers. The vibration is strongest when the user plays music at high volume, but it can still be felt during low volume and hands-free calls.