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Google confirms that gaps in the Pixel 5 screen are part of the design of the phone

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  • Google has confirmed that the gaps in the Pixel 5 screen are part of the design of the phone.
  • The owners feared that the gaps, which are noticeable between the screen and the body, are a defect.
  • The company also confirmed that the gaps do not affect the water and dust resistance of the Pixel 5.

Shortly after Google Pixel 5 made its debut last month, buyers went to online forums for concerns about a possible defective design gaps were found between the screen and the body of the phone. Now, the company has finally addressed these concerns.

According to a community representative In the official Pixel forums, gaps are not a design defect or a case of poor construction but part of the design of the phone.

“We’ve had the opportunity to explore units from customers and, combined with factory quality control data, we can confirm that the difference in distance between the body and the screen is a normal part of the design of your Pixel 5,” he says. representative.

This is a very strange statement, since many users in the same forum thread report gaps in different places and in different sizes. Not every phone has a noticeable gap. Us Pixel Rating 5 device was one such example.

However, the update states that the vacuum has no effect on water resistance and dust or the functionality of the phone. This means that users can still trust the IP68 rating of the phone.

However, it is not clear why there is a gap. It could be the method used to attach the screen glass to the rest of the phone frame. Even if it is not a matter of quality control, it remains a messy, unsightly feature of the company’s flagship.

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