A lot of Google Pixel C users have been complaining about the touchscreen responsiveness issue they are experiencing with the tablet. Though it’s not a problem with all of the models, the issue is worst for some users. The guys at Anandtech had received one such defective model, but Google has provided a second unit to them that carries a new unreleased software update that is meant to improve the touchscreen responsiveness vastly.

Have a look at the first video that shows the Google Pixel C touchscreen issue:

And here’s the new model that carries the new unreleased Google Pixel C Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow software update:

The improvement noticed is really vast. And apart from the touchscreen responsiveness, even the color characteristics have received significant tweaks. Though the Chrome support for finger controls is still an issue and it remains with the same old pinch-to-zoom and other gestures.

As we mentioned earlier, the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for Google Pixel C is meant mainly for dealing with the touchscreen responsiveness issue. We guess that this update will be released soon for the public so that frustrated users can get rid of the buggy issues in the tablet. The Pixel C is meant to be a premium device with pure Google experience, and while its hardware specs are premium, the software was a downfall. So this new update will surely make things better.