According to reports, Google Pixel smartphones are shutting down after reaching 30% battery charge because of a very severe bug in its device. As we all know, previously the Nexus 6P smartphones were having the same problem and were shutting down after 10% to 60% battery charge.
Nexus 6P would not start until the smartphone is not connected to a charger and the same is applied to Google Pixel smartphones. Android 7.0 Nougat is modernized in Google Pixel smartphones and because of this reason, the smartphone is turning off after getting 30% of charge.
Reddit, a news website has posted that the users of Google Pixel are complaining about their devices. They are telling that their devices are turning off even though enough battery percentage is left. They have displayed a post by ‘vrski_15’, in which the person has written that “he has bought Google Pixel (32 GB) and it is used not more than a month. He has noticed that the phone is turning off automatically two times in five days. He is totally annoyed with the problem because it turns off in between when he has open files and not saved yet. This incident happened when the battery was 25-35% and could have survived more 3-4 hours.”
“Although he neglected the situation the first time but he faced the same situation two days before. He is on a business journey in India and didn’t found the customer service significant. Then there, he has to reset his smartphone and then start the tour”. This problem is faced by many Pixel users still is not so popular among all.
We have not come to know the original issue it may be the hardware or software. Google has not yet recognized the real bug. There are some users who think that the bug is in hardware whereas some think it is because of the Android 7.0 Nougat update.