This past Sunday, Google let us know that it was “actively investigating” reports of screen burn in on the Pixel 2 XL. Now, less than a week later, we are learning some of what the results of that investigation are. Here’s the short version: Google stands by the screen on the Pixel 2 XL, but it is nevertheless going to issue some software updates to expand its color gamut and protect it against screen burn-in. It will also offer a two-year warranty on Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones.
In a post in the Google Pixel support forums, VP of product management Mario Queiroz had this to say:
Our investigation so far has given us confidence that our displays are as great as we hoped they would be, though we’re also taking steps to address the…
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What’s that strange feeling? Almost like I’ve seen a ghost. Oh, Google Glass isn’t dead after all? That’ll be it. There have been recent signs that the seemingly abandoned experimental wearable might be making a return, more than 2 years after the Glass Explorer Program officially ended. The first was an update to the MyGlass app last month, after lying dormant for nearly 3 years. This was followed the next day by a mysterious firmware update making its way to any Glass units still in use.
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