Major glitch in Pixel 3 XL is causing a second notch to appear

One of the major design flaws on the Pixel 3 XL was its massive notch accompanied by thick bezels on the bottom of the display. This massive notch on the Pixel 3 XL houses two front-facing cameras and forward firing stereo speakers. Well, a new Glitch on the Pixel 3 XL is enabling the second notch on the right side of the display.

Second Notch On Pixel 3 XL Screen

Many Pixel 3 XL users are reporting the existence of a second notch on the right side of the smartphone’s display. The dimensions of the second notch resemble the notch on top of Google Pixel 3 XL. Google announced that it will soon release a fix to the above-mentioned glitch. Initially, the option to disable and add more notches on the Pixel 3 XL was hidden in the developer’s option.

Surprisingly, the second notch on the Pixel 3 XL is not a permanent issue. This second notch can be eliminated either by restarting the smartphone or tweaking the developer options on the smartphone.

Disable The Default Notch On Pixel 3 XL

One of the major reason why users prefer buying the Pixel 3 XL over the Pixel 3 is due to the increment in both the quality and size of the display on the Pixel 3 XL. The OLED panel on the Pixel 3 XL is visually appealing. Well, if you want to get rid of the massive notch on the device you can do that by following these simple steps.

  • Unlock the developer options by tapping on build number of the device.
  • Now open Settings > System > Advanced > Developer options.
  • Scroll and select Display cutout, and then change it to Hide.

This will completely disable the default notch on the Pixel 3 XL. Every application will now adapt to the new screen size of the Pixel 3 XL.

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