The tech giant Google’s flagship smartphone, of course, the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL are the latest creations of the tech giant Google. But, the start has not been as expected and the tech giant Google is having more problems than expected.
Google Pixel 2 & Pixel 2 XL Having Audio Issues When Recording Video
The tech giant Google’s flagship smartphone, of course, the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL are the latest creations of the tech giant Google, some smartphones destined to reign in the Android sector. However, the start has not been as expected and the company is having more problems than expected.
Some users have reported several failures in the new Google smartphones, some with the theme of the “flashes” of the screen, others with a noise that made the mobile itself, and the last, users who argue that their device does not able capture the sound correctly when making video recordings.
Google confirms the new error
That’s right, you will remember what we announced a few hours ago, the new ruling reported by users in the official forums of Google. Some of them have experienced errors in the video recordings, anomalies that were about poor quality in the captured audio.
Well, after following the thread of the post opened in the forum, we have verified that the Community Manager responds to the user’s message. It asks if this happens often or only on certain occasions if the last option could be due to a software error, however, if the failure is at all hours, it would be something related to the hardware.
In the previous video, we can see a test that shows that the background sound has a lousy quality, something that is troubling the company. Well, it seems that the technology giant has already set to work, and has begun to recognize the problem, know it is there and what to solve it.
Now we just have to wait until they give us an approximate date of the solution, or simply how they are going to do it. It is expected that in a few weeks the failure will disappear and users will continue to record high-quality videos, both image, and sound.
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