Google Pixel 6 Pro users are complaining about a display flickering issue, which happens most of the time when the phone is switched off once they press the power button. The release of the Pixel 6 series smartphones was only last month. The newly launched Pixel flagship hosts an impressive array of features and specifications like the Pixel 6 series packs the custom Tensor chip.
Google’s Pixel 6 Pro has a 6.7-inch OLED display that offers QHD+ resolution with a refresh rate of 120Hz. After only a few days after the release to store shelves, people who purchased the Pixel 6 Pro started complaining about a display flickering issue. Almost all users claim that the issue is more noticeable when the Pro Pixel smartphone is switched off and they press the power button.
Google has recently admitted that the phone’s display has an issue and that they are intensively working to fix it, and they say the screen does not flicker when users press the power button due to any hardware issue. Google will be releasing a patch begging of the next month to fix the issue. In the meantime, the company has urged Pixel 6 Pro owners to refrain from cycling the power button when the phone is switched off. Google has asked owners to only keep pressing the button until the phone turns on.
The Pixel 6 Pro smartphone features a 6.7-inch OLED display with curved edges and offers a QHD+ resolution. The display has a high refresh rate of 120Hz. The screen houses a small hole-punch cutout to accommodate the phone’s 11.1MP selfie camera and three rear-mounted cameras which include a 48MP telephoto sensor with 4x optical and 20x Super Res zoom. There is a 50MP main camera and a 12MP ultra-wide lens at the back.
The device is powered by a Tensor chip. It ships with 12GB of RAM and offers ample storage capacity. The phone draws its juices from a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 23W wireless charging and 30W wired fast charging. The Pixel 6 Pro runs Android 12 out of the box. Google will be providing software support to Pixel 6 Pro owners for up to five years. The phone users will be eligible to receive three notable software updates.