Recently, Google made a mistake, to say the least, ridiculous that was in plain sight for everyone on the social network Twitter.
The research giant made a post to promote the new Pixel 7 smartphone series, starting from… an iPhone!
Google advertises Pixel 7 with an iPhone
This was the Google publication made from an iPhone that has since been deleted from Twitter [email protected]
This past week, Google wanted to promote the new Pixel 7 series on the social network Twitter. So far, nothing strange. But when the publication was analyzed in more detail, it turned out that Google promoted its top smartphone from… an iPhone!
The publication quickly disappeared from the social network, but too late, several users and media already had images documenting this ridiculous error.
On October 18, when Apple launched the new iPad Pro models with the M2 chip, Google responded to that announcement with more publications promoting its smartphones. But in this case, he was careful to use the web version of the social network Twitter.
A few days later, she became careless and was “caught in the act” using her rival’s smartphone to promote her own products and initiatives.
As ridiculous as this error is, it’s not the first time it’s happened. In January 2021, Samsung did the exact same thing to promote its Galaxy Unpacked event. More: in 2018, the South Korean giant had already used an iPhone to promote the Galaxy Note 9 screen.
It seems that the iPhone is used by many of Apple’s rivals. Who knows, from a perspective of testing the competition, which is valid, but should this be confirmed with these situations on social networks?
Google’s Pixel 7 series has problems
However, other news related to Google realizes that there are some problems with Pixel 7 smartphones.
According to reports from some users, the screen of the Pixel 7 Pro smartphone drains the terminal’s battery quite quickly. But it seems that the problems do not end there.
Other users are also complaining, on social networks, that if the content displayed on the screen is too long, the terminal experiences difficulties in sliding. Other reports also say that the swipe left and right gestures do not work correctly in some applications.
But it seems that Google is aware of these difficulties and an update is already under development that will correct the gesture recognition problems.
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