Weeks claims that Google acknowledged that her phone was defective, but that it refused to refund her money or replace it despite the fact it was still under warranty, tech news site Ars Technica reports.
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Readers who have experienced the issue mentioned above may qualify in the lawsuit.
The legal papers filed place the blame squarely on Google for having "designed, manufactured, marketed, and sold the Pixel phones". Once a trial is approved, customers will most likely get a notification providing info on how to actively participate in the case.
The Pixel phones had a few hardware defects even if they received praise for their excellent cameras and unadulterated Android software.
Some users have said the organic LED displays have burn-in and black image smudging, in addition to some microphone issues.
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Past year saw Google introduce updated versions of the phones - the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL - which were a critical success. That wasn't the case for the original Pixel, however. However, the company also hinted that the Pixel Visual Core could have more purposes in the future.
Thoughts about the lawsuit?
This isn't the first time that Pixel owners have complained of issues with the device. As always, feel free to sound off in the comments section below!
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