Pixel 5 Gap Issue ‘Normal Part of Design’, Does Not Affect Water and Dust Resistance: Google

first_imgGoogle has responded to the ‘gap’ issue on some Pixel 5 units. Few early users reported that their Pixel 5 units have a small gap between the display and the frame. The users took to the Internet to complain that this gap is prone to collecting dust and may affect the phone’s rated capabilities to water and dust resistance. Google has responded to these user complaints by claiming that this gap is a ‘normal part of the design’ and that it has no effect on the water and dust resistance or functionality of the phone.The tech giant responded to complaints on its support page, saying that this isn’t a defect, but ‘a normal part of the design of the Pixel 5.’ The company said that the gap between the display and the body will not affect the phone’s water and dust resistance or functionality. In any event, Google said that it will work with affected individuals to address any concerns they may have.- Advertisement – Earlier last month, Pixel 5 users took to Google’s Pixel Phone Community forums to share photos of a small yet visible gap appearing between the display and frame. Troubled users claimed that the gap could let in dust particles and could hamper the IP68-rated water and dust resistance of the phone. Affected users also opted for a replacement, though that does not resolve the issue as the same is visible on their new replaced unit as well. Now, Google said that this isn’t a defect. There is no clarity, however, on how Google plans to relieve buyers of their ‘gap’ concerns.After Google’s unhelpful response, users have swarmed in to ask for better clarity. Some users are asking Google to offer a refund guarantee if any issue should arise in the future. Few users are even looking to opt for a immediate refund after the response.Is Android One holding back Nokia smartphones in India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Gold Coast remains solid and one of the nation’s leading markets

first_imgMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoTugun is tipped for strong growth.“The trends confirm the Gold Coast is winding down — a year ago we identified 25 growth suburbs but now only 10,” the report states.“There are now 30 plateau suburbs — evidence the Gold Coast remains solid and one of the nation’s leading markets, but it’s no longer the No. 1 rising market that it was. “It may surge again as we get closer to the 2018 Commonwealth Games.”REIQ Gold Coast zone chairman John Newlands expected the Coast to continue to have “solid growth” with an increasing population.“We’re still going to see an enormous amount of people come to the Gold Coast and buy here,” he said.He said Tugun, Arundel and Reedy Creek would see price growth as people were pushed out of neighbouring suburbs.“It’s a bit of a ripple effect,” he said. “As some of the inner suburbs have risen in price buyers start to seek alternatives.” Tugun is among the nation’s top 50 supercharged markets, according to property analyst Terry Ryder in his latest Price Predictor Index.TUGUN, Arundel and Reedy Creek are tipped to flourish in coming months, according to property market analyst Terry Ryder.His latest Price Predictor Index refers to the three Gold Coast suburbs as “supercharged” in the latest national top 50.The 50 suburbs show strong growth patterns and are likely to deliver strong price growth.While three suburbs made the national top 50, the report also revealed performance of the Gold Coast property market was overtaken by the Sunshine Coast last year. last_img read more

Europa League: Why Man Utd failed against Sevilla – Fernandes

first_img Promoted ContentA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorePretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?12 Countries With Higest Technology In The World13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World Bruno Fernandes believes Manchester United played well in our semi-final defeat to Sevilla on Sunday, but was left disappointed with our finishing. The midfielder opened the scoring from the penalty spot in Cologne when he calmly dispatched his spot-kick in the ninth minute. However, Suso’s equaliser and Luuk De Jong’s subsequent winner meant the Spaniards progressed to this week’s final. Despite that, United dominated large periods of the match and produced 20 shots, seven of which were on target. While Bruno was pleased with the Reds’ creativity against Sevilla, he knows United must become more ruthless in front of goal. “It was more than impressive performance, it was a great game,” the Portuguese international told BT Sport. “We created a lot of chances, but in football it’s not enough. “When you create chances you need to finish, you need to score and today we missed a lot in front of goal. Of course, if you keep creating these chances you will score next time. “Obviously, everyone is not satisfied about this because we want to go through. We want to win the game and be in the final, but it’s not possible today. Now it’s time to rest, to refresh the legs and think of next season.” Sevilla owe much of their triumph to the outstanding contribution of goalkeeper Bono, something Fernandes acknowledged after the game. “Of course the keeper did very well,” said Bruno. “He was amazing like [the goalkeeper] in the last match against Copenhagen. They were two very good keepers – we can say nothing about that. We can say that he [Bono] saved his team two or three times.” Bruno has already established himself as a vocal figure in the United dressing, and the 25-year-old had plenty to say when De Jong bagged a late winner in Cologne. Yet, the midfielder was quick to play down the on-field disagreement with himself and Victor Lindelof following the goal. read also:LEAKED: Man Utd, Arsenal to open fixtures of 2020-21 season “I think it’s normal when you concede a goal and you have 10 minutes to score,” he explained. “Everyone was mad and it’s not about me and Victor. What happened between me and Victor is nothing; in football that happens. “It’s looking for challenges and many more times these things will happen in other teams. The most important thing now is to see the mistakes everyone has done and to look forward and improve in the next games.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading… last_img read more