Some users of the Pixel 6 series report seeing black spots on the screen and front camera of their phone
Some owners of the Pixel 6, have published reports of black spots appearing on their phone screens. These reports are in various forums such as Reddit, Twitter and the support page Google have been proposed. One of the Pixel 6 Pro owners wrote about this problem:
There is a black dot on my phone screen and it seems to be expanding. Google support is very frustrating on this and I can’t chat or call anyone. The dropdown menu at the bottom of the support section also won’t let me select the Pixel 6 Pro.
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Most users of the Pixel 6 series do not know if this is a hardware problem or just a bug A software has caused it to exist. Many users believe that this is a hardware issue, which means that Pixel owners should contact Google to fix the problem, then get a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number, and finally replace their phone with another unit.
Some others consider this problem to be a software problem because it already happened with the installation of the March security update. In the Pixel 6 series, a black dot appeared on the screen and disappeared after a while.
Not all owners of the Google Pixel 6 series have faced the same problem. After installing the May update, some users of these phones faced the problem of disconnection from the network, to solve it, they had to use network recovery and turn on and off airplane mode. The function of the fingerprint sensor under the display also faced problems after installing some recent updates, but Android 13 will improve the function of this feature to a great extent. Faced with the Pixel 6, Google once again has to prove it’s capable of making a high-end Android flagship, but it needs to work harder on some issues. The reason for many buyers of Pixel series phones is to receive early and timely software updates, and if such problems continue on the Internet search giant’s flagships, perhaps these people will switch to buying flagships from other companies such as Samsung, as this Korean brand recently announced that up to four Sal will release a software update for its flagship phones.