The Pixel 2 XL has just added another issue to what seems like an endless parade of problems with regards to its screen.
Dead spots are spots on the display that shows the image but does not respond when it is touch.
The same report suggests that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have been overcharged for by retailers at different stores, something that Google has promised to reimburse any victims of. One Pixel 2 XL user shared a video and photos of his observation while using his Pixel 2 XL phone inside an airplane. He tried to do swiping gestures on the display's edges, which prompted an action. Google's latest handsets have been pummeled week after week with problems since their release, and now something new has been discovered.
There's a dedicated discussion thread regarding this over at the official Pixel forum, and a quick look there reveals the problem has been escalated to the concerned team, presumably the Pixel 2 team at Google.
Further, one of the users uploaded a video on YouTube, comparing the cameras of past year Pixel device and Pixel 2 in which, the smartphones are kept side by side recording a video of a room under the LED lighting. Earlier, Google has addressed the audio recording issue where high-pitch sounds can be heard in the sound files. This is not the first time the new Google Pixel 2 has been affected by display issue.