Back in February, it was reported that consumers were having Microphone problems with the first-generation Pixel and Pixel XL phones. Of course, Google went ahead and fixed the problem. However, it was later reported that Google might have known about the problem before the devices were released.
It’s now August, and owners who were affected by the flaw can now file a claim against Google.
Like all other settlements, it’s not that easy. In order to be eligible for a $20 reimbursement, you have to prove you purchased a device manufactured before January 4th. If Google has already given you a replacement device, you don’t qualify.
If $20 wasn’t enough for you, you can also get up to $350 if you can provide documentation that you experienced the issue on one phone. Furthermore, if you owned more than one device, you can get up to $500.