Reports over the weekend saw the emergence of “Rev. B” on a European Pixel smartphone box, suggesting the company may have acted to fix a lingering issue with the device’s microphone.
However, a Google spokesperson has now confirmed to 9to5Google the label does not relate to hardware revisions and the “Rev. B” markings simply pertain to the packaging itself.
Google had previously revealed the improvements to the manufacturing process that should assist with the audio issues being experienced by some users.
The firm said all devices manufactured since January should not have the problem and claimed less than 1% of devices built before then experienced it anyway.
Google’s Brian Rakowski said: “We have been taking additional steps to reinforce the connection at time of manufacture on phones built since January. Phones manufactured in the last month should not have this problem.
“For phones manufactured before then, the incidence of the problem is
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