Alongside the standard Pixel 7, the Google
Pixel 7 Pro, powered by the second-generation Tensor G2 SoC, was introduced last week in India. On Google’s newest flagship smartphone, consumers are now griping about buggy scrolling. Reddit
users claim that the flagship phone’s display provides a “sticky” and unpredictable scrolling experience. Additionally, there are problems with scrolling in apps, according to many users. The 6.7-inch Quad HD+ (1,440 x 3,120 pixels) LTPO OLED display on the Pixel 7 Pro has a refresh rate of 120Hz. The Pro model now appears to be the only one with the issue, though.
Early Google Pixel 7 Pro owners posted complaints about the phone’s touchscreen and display on Reddit and Twitter. The touchscreen “constantly sticks on the backstroke of your finger when flicking to scroll,” said to a Redditor. Not to mention the dramatic increase in typing errors. According to a Reddit user, scrolling on the new Google flagship phone is quite uneven.
Numerous Pixel 7 Pro customers report issues with app scrolling. YouTube and Instagram
seem to be among the affected apps. According to a Reddit thread, moving your fingers further to view the following image when scrolling right or left through an Instagram post gallery. He said, “At times it travels incredibly quickly, and other times it moves slower than expected.”
The 6.7-inch Quad HD+ (1,440 x 3,120 pixels) LTPO OLED display on the Pixel 7 Pro has a refresh rate of 120Hz. According to recent user reviews, the Pixel 7 Pro’s panel consumes more power than anticipated, which causes the battery to discharge more quickly. The handset’s display uses roughly 3.5–4W at 600 nits, which is about half the maximum brightness levels that it can support. The display uses 6W in high-brightness mode, which has a brightness of about 1000 nits. Google hasn’t yet replied to customer complaints, though.
The single 12GB RAM
+ 128GB storage option of Google’s Pixel 7 Pro smartphone went on sale in India yesterday for a price of Rs. 84,999. It is available in the hues Hazel, Obsidian, and Snow
. It has 12GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage, and it is powered by an octa-core Tensor G2 SoC.