More problems in the Google Pixel 3 XL, now with multitasking

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Nobody doubts that the Google Pixel are the best mobile phones that we can find in the market, but it does not escape anyone that they do not get very polished to the market. One more year, we are experiencing numerous problems in the Google Pixel 3 XL, now related to multitasking and RAM management.

This past Friday we told you about the first problems of Google phones, at least those detected by many of the users of these smartphones, in this case with storage and speakers.

The problems in the Google Pixel 3 XL now focus on multitasking

Many users reproach Google for two aspects of their phones, on the one hand they have not yet adopted a dual camera, something they clearly do not need, because they still have the best cameras on the market. And secondly that they still have only 4GB of RAM, when the most usual in the high range are already 6GB of RAM, and even 8GB. In fact the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 could release the 10GB of RAM . Well, through different forums of Reddit, users of Google Pixel 3 XL have complained about problems related to multitasking .

More problems in the Google Pixel 3 XL, now with multitasking

And the truth, according to their testimonies, the problem seems quite serious, to the point that they complain that they can not open more than three apps at the same time in the background . Since if you pass this figure, every time you open a new app, it has to start again, with the delay of time that is at the time of re-entering that app. It is true that it may sound a little demanding, but what less to ask for a better performance in this regard to a mobile that is worth a thousand euros.

More problems in the Google Pixel 3 XL, now with multitasking

In fact, there have even been cases in which when taking a picture, the Google Pixel 3 XL has had to close an app in the background to process it. Evidently behind all these complaints is the fact that these terminals still have 4GB of RAM, a figure clearly insufficient for most users of Mountain View mobile. While there is no response from Google, the solution found by the users of the terminal is to disable the adaptive battery of the terminal, one of the strengths of Android 9 Pie, and that could be managing erroneously multitasking to save battery.

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