A plethora of flagship smartphones was released in 2021 and they all have their highs and lows. The decision to purchase any flagship is solely the decision of the buyer. However, there are some reviews and suggestions that help the buyer make a choice. Flagship smartphones are usually expensive, thus, manufacturers pay more attention to these devices. There are usually high expectations from flagships. In fact, many people do not expect flagship smartphones to have any bugs. However, this is almost impossible but can be significantly minimized. According to Chinese media, the flagship smartphone with the most bugs in 2021 is Google Pixel 6 Pro.
We can not agree less considering the plethora of issues that this device has after its release. Since the launch of the Pixel 6 series, they have experienced many problems. We have had issues such as gourd screen, slow fingerprint unlocking, ghost dialing, signal loss, call interruption, etc. With these issues and more, the Google Pixel 6 Pro easily passes as the flagship smartphone with the most bugs in 2021.
The Google Pixel 6 Pro comes down with so many bugs that it is hard to believe that this device actually costs $899. Although the company promptly fix most of these bugs, the situation is disappointing for many users.
New bug on Google Pixel 6 Pro
In fact, there are fresh bugs being reported on the Google Pixel 6 Pro. According to Phonearena, a Pixel 6 Pro user posted on the Reddit forum that when using the Magic Eraser function to edit photos in the Pixel 6 Pro album app, the album app would crash. Well, the crash is annoying because the device continues to crash each time you try. It is important to note that there are multiple reports on this issue. However, as of now, there is no official response from Google.
In the face of many bugs in the Google Pixel 6 Pro, the company pushed a series of updates to solve them. However, despite the push, users still express their dissatisfaction. In fact, some of the updates come with their own problem and Google will have to pause the rollout.
Popular blogger Marques Brownlee tweeted: “The Pixel 6 Pro experience has gotten worse since October,” and the blogger had to return to the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.
There is a lot of expectation from Google’s Pixel smartphones. Considering that Google is in charge of Android, users do not expect the smartphone to have multiple issues. However, it is important to note that smartphones usually have their issues with bugs.