Just a few days ago, Google rolled out the stable build of Android 7.1.2 Nougat update for Google Pixel and Nexus users. The update has been rolling out gradually and fixed mostly bugs, rather than new features. And now, some owners of Google Pixel and Pixel XL claim that the update has fixed the annoying shutdown bug.
Some months ago, users of Pixel and Pixel XL complained that their phones are shutting down even with the 35 percent of juice left. Several users were annoyed with the issue, and Google remained silent over this saga.
However, it now looks like the latest update has fixed the most annoying problem, but it is worth noticing that Google did not mention anything about this in the update changelog.
In the same update, Google fixed the issues related to Bluetooth connectivity and included the April security patch fixes as well.