Google addresses overheating issue on Pixel 7 and 6 with a solution
Google has quickly addressed the issue of overheating and reduced battery life being reported by some Google Pixel 6 and 7 users. A community manager from Google has confirmed that the root cause of the problem was a recent change in a Google app backend. The company has already rolled out a fix that should take effect immediately for affected users without requiring any action from the users.
This isn’t the first issue Pixel phone users have reported, and the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro were also plagued with bugs. The Google Pixel 7 series has been relatively issue-free, but the phones still have their fair share of problems, with Android Authority listing over a dozen Pixel 7 bugs.
Google’s recent handsets appear to have more bugs than most other leading phones, but it is commendable that the company seems to respond quickly to the more significant issues, as seen in this case. The Pixel 6 and 7 series are among the top-rated phones in the market, and this issue is unlikely to tarnish the brand’s reputation significantly.
Google Pixel 6 and 7 series have received rave reviews from tech enthusiasts for their cameras, design, and user experience. The quick response to the overheating issue shows that the company is committed to providing an excellent customer experience by addressing issues promptly. It is expected that users who have reported overheating and battery issues on their Pixel phones will have their problems resolved with the recent fix.