Pixel 2 XL possibly revealed in FCC filing

Gwen Vasquez
September 14, 2017

It appears that Google is now replacing all Nexus 6P phones with Pixel XLs if the former is under warranty. Later on, the fault proved to be on the manufacturer's end and now Google has come forward to serve its customers.

Meanwhile, there have been speculative reports suggesting that those who bought the Nexus 6P via Google Store have successfully got their faulty devices replaced by a Pixel XL from Google.

With still almost three weeks until the announcement of the new Pixel devices we can be sure that there will be quite a few more leaks detailing what we can expect from Google's second attempt at their own phone manufacturing. However, devices offered in different countries are different. LG device has the model number G011C, whereas he HTC had already acquired the G011B for the Pixel 2 smartphone.

The situation in the United Kingdom is hit or miss. Users in the United Kingdom are still getting refurbished Nexus 6P phones.

Google is replacing defective Nexus 6P units with Pixel XLs, but only in North America

If you apply for the replacement, Google will charge you the full price from your credit card as a security ($770 for the 32GB Pixel XL and $840 for the 128GB version) and will ship your phone instantly. If you are one of those fans, here are some of the latest rumors about the search giant's next high-end smartphones, although it's worth mentioning that it should be taken with a grain of salt.

Affected Nexus 6P users can avail this free replacement offer by heading over to the Google Product Support website or by launching the support menu on your phone. Failure to send back the defective hardware will result to one getting charged with the replacement phone's value. If you purchased the phone from any other vendor, you're out of luck.

The Pixel and Pixel XL received one of the highest camera ratings when it was released past year.

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