Most Pixel 6 series users have seen a considerable improvement with their phones after installing the latest Feature Drop
A new update adds doorbell changes to the At A Rigard widget
Not all Pixel users have received the June Feature yet
And not everyone who installed the update has a happy story to share. Reddit user with the handle ah208 writes, “Updated my Pixel 6 this morning. Battery drain seems to be the same, but keeps dropping a signal indoors (as well as a December update, still can’t find a signal).”
One Pixel 6 user had such an experience that others fear it will happen to them. This Reddit user with the handle flowed posted, “Never had a problem before. Received the update this morning, recharged at noon and three hours later I’m down to 55% battery even though I haven’t used the phone at all. I’m afraid. I’ll give it every day because who knows what works after the update, but if these problems continue, I’m done with my Pixel 6 once and for all. “
A few days ago we told you the story of someone who bought what he thought was the Pixel 6 Pro via Facebook. It turned out that the device was in fact a Pixel 7 Pro prototype and the buyer was able to use the phone for three weeks before Google found out things and wiped the device.
Here’s what Google should do to reward those who stay with their Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro through thick and thin
Now here’s the rub, as that great smartphone analyst William S. may have said. The gentleman who used the Pixel 7 Pro for three weeks didn’t mention anything about Face Unlock on the device. Although we have to consider the fact that the phone he used was a prototype, will Google make the same mistake again and send the device without Face Unlock?
Google should reward those who stayed with the Pixel 6 Pro, right, and are ready to give Pixel 7 Pro a try.
Also, for now, we’d like to leave this idea hanging for Google to consider. With the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro on the way, maybe Google should consider rewarding those Pixel 6 series users who endured all the late updates that suffered every time they tried to unlock their device using their fingerprints, but could. don’t do it, and lost cellular connectivity when they needed the phone the most.
Even if Monday’s update removed some of these issues, Google should reward those who stayed with the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro by offering a special Pixel 7 exchange package for those who bought the Pixel 6 line and didn’t. get a full year of the best from Google for what they paid for. We have no illusions that Google will listen, but it would be a great gesture on the part of Google.