Google Pixel users are facing excessive battery drain and network issues after June Feature update

Almost every 3 months, Pixel releases new features for Pixel devices. For the latest features as of June 2023, several features were introduced by Pixel. These features include cinematic wallpaper, amendments to the recorder app, and emoji wallpapers. Like many other updates, this one is also causing battery drain and overhaul issues.

Following the latest feature update, many users have reported issues with battery drain and network connectivity. Some users are facing the worst phase of battery issues as they need to charge their phones twice a day so that the battery will last until bedtime. The flagship Snapdragon SoCs from Qualcomm are more energy-efficient than the Tensor chips used inside the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 series. And the problems are only made worse by the bugs that cause erratic and excessive battery drain.

Users have reported rapid and frequent signal dropouts on their Pixels when it comes to connectivity concerns. Restarting the phone at least once a day is the current fix that appears to be effective in preventing these issues.

Although this isn’t new, Pixel users are facing these issues regarding battery drain, overheating, or connectivity issues. Recently, about a month ago, a bug caused Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 devices to face excess battery drain along with the issue of overheating. Although the issue was followed up by Google and resolved,

Users of the Pixel 6 have repeatedly complained over the past two years about sporadic signal loss, which is made worse by the Exynos modem’s subpar performance.

The energy loss and overheating problems with the June 2023 update are undoubtedly less common than some of the earlier faults. Unfortunately, there isn’t much you can do if your Pixel’s battery life has declined since the June build other than wait for Google to address it with a server-side change or a new update.