As the issues begin to mount, one has to wonder, are the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL even worth bothering with anymore?
ALTHOUGH THEY are yet to reach these hallowed shores, Google's Pixel Buds have been put on sale in America with a series of pop-up stores, including one in NY which offered up some somewhat peculiar advice.
The Pixel Buds, which are due out in the United Kingdom just before Christmas, are the first to feature Fast Pair, a new feature from Google that makes it quicker to pair the wireless wonders with the Pixel 2 range (or any other Bluetooth enabled phone for that matter).
Connected toys have 'worrying' security issues
Another safety advice is to always talk to your children, keep communication open when it comes to being safe online. Security experts warned that some toys which used Bluetooth wireless technology had few or no security measures.
According to Google Forums, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 customers have experienced odd image banding in their photos and videos, taken via front and rear cameras with LED flash. Now, it has come to light that the device's camera isn't playing nice when it comes to surroundings with LED lights on. Apparently, LED lights do not emit stable light, instead, they let off a flickering light that isn't detectable by the human eye. Also you'll notice the poor audio on the video.
The same YouTuber also made a video comparing the Pixel 2 with the original Pixel and it's clear the 1st generation Pixel isn't susceptible to the problem. Google did release a new update this month to fix some of the issues that users have been facing but it looks like there is more.