In brief: It seems to be a standard practice for some owners of new phones to encounter problems soon after they launch, something that happens regularly with Google's Pixels. The latest Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro are no exception, with several users reporting the discovery of small bumps protruding from beneath their handsets' screen.
Owners have been posting images of the unusual Pixel 8 bumps on Reddit and Google forums. The good news is that they appear to only be cosmetic, not affecting the Gorilla Glass Victus 2, the touch functionality, or the image quality. They're not even very easy to see, but the concern is that they could worsen over time, resulting in something more serious.
Exactly what's causing the bumps is unclear. 9to5Google notes that teardowns of the handsets do appear to confirm that the placement of some components lines up with the bumps ...
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