In the last hours has been identified a new flaw that seems to affect Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL. After reports of sudden shutdowns, this time the problem is with the build quality of the devices, and in particular the holes dedicated to the microphone, the speaker and the door Type-C.
On Twitter, there emerged numerous reports according to which Pixels 3a and 3a XL have a wrong alignment of the three holes, or even look slightly deformed.
For the moment, Google has not released official statements about it. As you can see in one of the images shown at the bottom of the news, in some cases, this defect causes a misalignment between connector (Type-C and the hole. This may cause problems in charging and damage the component more quickly.
Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL are available since last may 8, on the Google Store. The price is 399 euros for Pixel 3a and 479 euro for Pixels 3a XL. The products are sold in the colors white, black and purple. For all technical details, please refer to this address.
Does anyone else have a crooked bottom on their #Pixel3a? My cutouts aren’t aligned. pic.twitter.com/Keyic6WnE4
— Heather Griffin (@iAm_erica) may 21, 2019