Now, according to a new report, Google will push out an update to fix memory management issues on the two phones. People have also been criticizing the notch which honestly is too big by today's standards but let us ignore that for now and focus on what makes the Pixel 3 XL the ideal Android smartphone.
Google has now acknowledged the issue and has confirmed that the RAM problems will be fixed in a future software update.
The Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL are the standard bearer of all Android smartphones. An equally problematic issue, however, will be lingering around a bit longer until Google finally rolls out a patch. Users tweeted with the issues they faced especially the running background app and the challenges of picture saving issues. From downloading to installing and rebooting my Pixel XL and 3 on Android Pie. Google is aware of them and has stated that a fix will be coming. The Pixel 3 is a whole lot better at the HDR+ trick of taking multiple photos and combining them through software into a single image with a range of software features to tweak around with those images. The issue was most noticeable when playing music and trying to take photos or record video. But it looks like the upcoming update will be the last one for Nexus phones launched in 2015. The latest firmware brings a slew of stability improvements and bug fixes for users.
Users who want free Play Store credit but are not among the lucky ones should not be disappointed as there are other ways to get free credit for the Play Store. Previously, whenever you placed the Pixel 3 onto a charging pad, it automatically said "Charging rapidly" even though that usually wasn't the case.
Google has managed to squeeze in fast wireless charging on the Pixel 3 XL thanks to the Pixel Stand which is a wireless charging dock for the phone. A string in the app says that this "trusted dock" will allow the Google Assistant to "use your personal info to make suggestions, answer questions, and take actions for you when your phone is locked and on your Pixel Stand". Have you experienced any problems?