After fixing the recent incident where the Google Pixel 2 series owners faced the OLED screen uneven brightness issue, the company has now announced to roll out a software patch to fix a couple of bugs in its Android flagship phones.
In a previous report, the company had said in a statement during the release of the November security patch update that the firmware would fix the screen issues and also the buzzing noise when answering the calls. But it turns out that several Pixel 2 series owners continued to hear the bugging noise even after they upgraded to the latest firmware.
Now, the Google Pixel community manager has confirmed that the company is considering this issue and has promised that a proper roll out patch will be released to get rid of the annoying noise in the background when the Pixel 2 owner answers a phone call. For those people who are ignorant, Google has extended the hardware warranty by one additional year in order to mitigate future hardware complains from the Pixel 2 series owners. This means that the Pixel 2 series owners can go ahead and claim free service for two years on their device, provided that they are not physically damaged.
As far as the software support service is concerned, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones will surely get the Android OS update and an additional year of monthly security update as well.