Plaintiffs File Proposed Settlement in Google Pixel Smartphone Class Action
Girard Sharp LLP and its co-counsel filed a motion on May 10 seeking approval of a proposed $7.25 million settlement of a class action lawsuit against Google concerning the first-generation Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. The plaintiffs allege that Pixels manufactured before January 4, 2017 have a defect that leads to microphone or speaker failures.
The case is pending before U.S. District Judge Nathanael Cousins in San Jose, California. A hearing is scheduled for June 5, 2019 to determine whether to grant preliminary approval to the settlement, approve notice to the proposed class, and schedule a final approval hearing.
The settlement would benefit a class comprised of all persons in the United States who purchased a Pixel or Pixel XL smartphone, other than for resale, before January 4, 2017 and did not receive a replacement Pixel manufactured after January 3, 2017 or refurbished after June 5, 2017. Because the settlement has not yet received preliminary approval, the claims period has not begun.
If you purchased a Pixel or Pixel XL smartphone, please provide your information below, and return to this page for settlement-related updates.