Users Google Pixel 7 series have voiced their dissatisfaction with the random cracking of the bar glass that protects the rear camera module on their devices. According to Gizmochina’s reporting, a number of users took to Twitter and Reddit to report the issue.
A Twitter user said:
Not even a month, no drops, just regular use. Have a case on the phone. Been told it’s my problem. Is this really the quality control backed by Google? It’s clearly a manufacturing defect, and I know I’m not the only one. Please fix this Google!
Another posted on Reddit:
I pulled my phone out of my pocket and the back camera glass was broken. I must have hit a corner while it was in my pocket. Has anyone else had this problem? I called around to the phone fixing stores and nobody has the replacement parts yet. Don’t really want to have to mail this phone in to have it fixed as it’s currently the only phone I have.
In the past, many users reported that the Pixel 6 series had a problem with its under-display fingerprint reader that caused it to be either sluggish or unreliable at various times. In a similar vein, there were problems with the WiFi network and other aspects of it. The arrival of the Pixel 7 was, thankfully, much smoother, despite the fact that it was not completely fault-free by any means. Now, users of the Pixel 7 smartphone have taken to social media platforms like Twitter and Reddit to demonstrate how the bar glass on the rear camera module of their device has started to break.