Screen cracks have been reported in certain Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones.

Pixel 6 screen cracks

High-tech gadgets would all be flawless right out of the box, and we’d never have to report any problems. Unfortunately, it isn’t the world we live in, and every gadget will have a problem at some point. This isn’t the first time this has happened with Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro; the current issue involves the display. Several users of new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones have experienced screen cracks in the front glass.

Several confused Pixel users have expressed their dissatisfaction on Reddit and Google’s help forum, with complaints dating back a few months. In the majority of situations, the more costly Pixel 6 Pro with its curved glass screen is to blame, although the basic Pixel 6 is also to blame in some cases. The front and back of both phones are of Gorilla Glass Victus, which is one of the hardest phone glasses on the market. This hasn’t stopped devices from cracking, with the majority of cases commencing in the display’s corners or from one of the sides. Using a case or screen protector does not appear to increase or decrease the likelihood of this happening.

This type of spontaneous screen crack is prevalent in smartphones. And it generally results from a minor manufacturing flaw that causes pressure to build up in the display glass. That finally gives way and breaks. Temperature fluctuations might also be a factor. It’s more likely that a faulty batch of Pixels was sent out with a specific hardware flaw, rather than this being a bug that affects all phones. So, if you have a Pixel 6 and this hasn’t occurred to you yet, don’t be concerned. If it has, you’re regrettably simply unlucky, as it only affects a tiny proportion of all Pixels on the internet.

According to the consumer complaints, the firm has yet to accept this as a manufacturing flaw – instead. The official line appears to be that the owners are to blame for the screen cracks of Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. And so that the issue would not be covered by the warranty.

According to some reports, Google is actively researching the problem. So, we’re hoping for additional information and maybe free replacements for owners if a manufacturing flaw is found to be to blame. With so many reports, it appears that user mistake is unlikely to be the cause.

Also Read:
1. The December update of the Google Pixel 6 series may be causing signal issues.
2. Surprise Google Pixel 6 update lands to fix the fingerprint sensor.
3. Google Pixel 6 Won’t Charge With Low-Quality USB-C cable or Charger.
4. Google Pixel 6a Might Features Tensor Chipset.
5. Google Pixel 6a Specs leaked, Will Feature A Top-Notch camera.


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