There have been a number of reports stating that both the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro models have problems with the screens. It is quite weird that early buyers have been experiencing screen flickering issues, green tint issues, double notch issues, etc., with the Pixel 6 series.
It’s worth noting that every Google Pixel generation comes with a couple of weird issues or behaviors that users have faced for years, and now it’s time for the Pixel 6 series. Although Google has installed an in-house Tensor chipset on the Pixel 6 lineup this year, it appears that the quality control issues still persist.
First batch of Pixel 6/Pixel 6 Pro have some issues with the screen, which may appear whenever users turn off their devices. You might also experience this if you repeatedly press the power button. The screen might start flickering. However, if you press the power button just once, there is no problem.
Another issue is that the Pixel 6 series display has a green tint to it, which is common among OLED panels. We expected that Google would try to fix it with hardware quality control or via software process at some point this time around.
A few users report that the Pixel 6 Pro’s second punch hole camera cutout on the screen is slightly overlapping the original punch hole cutout. Unfortunately, it looks like a software-related problem. The users, however, are attempting to replace the device completely from the Google Store due to a defective item.
Things should improve in the upcoming days for such a flagship-level device lineup. Furthermore, it is possible that the initial manufacturing batch will have these kinds of problems that can be fixed or replaced by the company since sales of the device haven’t begun widely in major countries yet.