If your Pixel 2 XL has been lagging lately, you might get a free replacement

Pixel 2 XL

If you’ve been experienced consistent lag on your Pixel 2 XL, you might not be the only one. We learned that in recent weeks, when two prominent Android users, including Artem Russakovskii and Marquees Brownlee, detailed their experiences with the handset.

Google is aware of the issues and is investigating them. And if you experience the problem, you might qualify for a full device replacement.

However, after Russakovskii and Brownlee raised awareness about the Pixel 2 XL’s potential lag, it sure looks like Google is taking it very seriously.

Google has identified three possible causes for the slowdown, one of which would require hardware replacements, the news comes from an anonymous source who informed 9to5Google’s Stephen Hall about the matter.

Google will likely offer fixes soon to anyone affected, including replacements if they’re warranted.

If you think your Pixel 2 XL is laggy compared to when you bought it, you should probably contact Google for more information — also check out the videos at this link to see what qualifies as lag on the Pixel 2 XL.

As a reminder, the Pixel 3 series launches in a couple of months so you might want to trade-in your Pixel 2 for a next-gen phone, regardless if it’s laggy or not if the opportunity presents itself.

Source: bgr

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