Recently Pixel XL owners were reporting that following the update to Android 9.0 Pie, it seems to have broken the phone’s compatibility with quick chargers. Google has acknowledged this and are working on a fix, but it seems that they might have another problem on their hands: Pixel 2 XL owners are now reporting sluggish performance.
It is unclear if this has anything to do with the Android Pie update because according
and , both of them have uploaded separate videos in which they demonstrate how sluggish the performance on the Pixel 2 XLs are.
My Pixel 2 XL is devastatingly and embarrassingly laggy, both on Oreo and P DP. It's been like that for months, and I hate using it.— Artem Russakovskii (@ArtemR) July 31, 2018
The only reason I'm sticking with it is the camera.
In Russakovskii’s video, he shows that opening the Google Camera app takes a whopping 10 seconds via the power button double-tap gesture. During that period, it also shows how the phone is frozen and that touch and swipes are not registered. Now you could attribute this to wear and tear, but for a phone that is about a year old, it seems rather unacceptable.
Like we said it is unclear as to what might be causing the problem and if it could be a hardware or software issue, but
, it seems that it could be an issue in which hardware would need to be replaced. This is actually not the first time that Google has come under fire for shipping Pixel phones that have not been properly QC, but hopefully this isn’t one of those instances.
Anonymous tip: Google has at this point identified three possible causes of @ArtemR's (and others) Pixel 2 XL lag issues, one of which would require hardware replacements.— Stephen Hall (@hallstephenj) August 16, 2018
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