What is worse than a huge notch at the major of your cellular phone screen? Consider two notches! Which is accurately what some Pixel 3 XL house owners are presently experiencing, with a new glitch plopping an more ‘virtual’ notch on the display of Google’s most up-to-date flagship machine.
As claimed by Android Police, various consumers have observed a bug which randomly locations a facet-mounted 2nd notch on the Pixel 3 XL’s screen, though contrary to the really prominent hardware-based mostly cutout at the major of the handset, this just one exists only in the electronic realm.
Nevertheless the phantom notch has so significantly only reared its unsightly head in a couple isolated situations, consumers have presently taken to social media to post photographs of their bugged-out cellular phone displays, together with Kyle Gutschow (whose photo can be observed above) and UrAvgConsumer (observed beneath).
So my Pixel randomly grew another notch today. 😂 https://t.co/c6Pff9MVmW pic.twitter.com/ugjfLmCkDZOctober 24, 2018
According to various Reddit consumers who’ve experienced the software program concern, the virtual notch does vanish right after a restart of the machine.
Luckily, Google is knowledgeable of the difficulty, telling Android Police that a take care of for the ghastly glitch is “coming soon”.
Nevertheless we are not entirely guaranteed why the Google Pixel 3 XL would even want a virtual notch cutout (primarily just one that does not keep any speakers, cameras or other sensors), you will find no denying that it is in truth a amusing sight. Horrifying, yes, but also amusing.
Header graphic courtesy of Kyle Gutschow.