The issues with the Pixel 2 XL's display have been numerous and well documented.
Stop me if you've heard this one before: The Pixel 2 XL has another screen issue. It seems that right now, Pixel 2 XL phones are having issues recognizing touches on the sides of the display. It may be performing its duties a bit too well, preventing owners from accessing the sides of their Pixel 2 XL in their day-to-day life while playing games or interacting with apps. However, when tapping near the edges, the smartphone sometimes does not pick up the command. According to a statement by a Google rep, this issue seems to have been fixed, at least when it comes to Pixel phones and factory reset/device classification.
Judging by the fact that an official Google Community Manager has responded to say a fix is in the works, this sounds like a genuine issue that Google is acknowledging.
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The Google Pixel smartphones have been acknowledged by various critics for their attractive OLED displays and highest rated smartphone cameras. The good news is that Google has acknowledged the issue and will sort it out in a future OTA update. After many users complained about the issue, Google replied on the forum and assured that the fix is on the way.
Several other users chimed in, revealing that they were facing pretty much the same problem with their Pixel 2 XL units. Cautious customers might want to go for the smaller HTC-made Pixel 2 instead.