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Google's Pixel 2 series isn't guaranteed any support after this month, but Google has confirmed that after the December security update, the handsets won't get any updates at all anymore.
Google's October updates for Pixel devices bring security updates and fixes a recently reported issue with the swipe-up gesture in the launcher. It also brings auto-rotation and other improvements.
Google released Android 11 to Pixel smartphones today, but in a change of pace, it's not shutting down the Android 11 beta program. It's keeping it open for future Android 11 updates.
After months of being in beta, Google today released its next major Android update, Android 11. It's available for Pixel devices, and some devices from OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, and more.
Alongside the launch of the Pixel 4a, Google also announced that its Live Caption feature is adding support for captioning calls, a feature rolling out to Pixel devices back to the Pixel 2.
Comments from Google engineers in AOSP confirm that the Android 11 update will be the last one for the Pixel 2 lineup and that the upcoming Pixel 4a will launch with Android 10 out of the box.
Google has announced an array of new features coming to some of its Pixel devices in a new feature drop. These include new bedtime features in the Clock app, personal safety features, and more.
Google has detailed the April security patch, listing the vulnerabilities patch in Android. It has also detailed updates to the Pixel line of devices, including functional updates to Bluetooth.
Google today announced its latest feature drop for its Pixel family of smartphones. There are new Motion Sense features, new emojis, AR effects in Google Duo, and quite a bit more.
Users of Google's Pixel family of phones can now have calls be screened automatically by the Google Assistant. The feature was initially made available exclusively for the Pixel 4.
Google today announced several new features coming to Pixel phones. You'll now be able to add a portrait effect to existing photos, filter out robocalls, auto-framing in Duo, and more.
After months of testing in an open beta program, Android 10 is now available for all Google Pixel owners. The update adds a number of features, such as dark mode, Smart Replies in messages, and more.
According to Google's support team, the next major update to Android, which is version 10, could begin rolling out as soon as next week. As usual, Pixel devices should be the first to get it.
Google today announced the first Android Q beta, and it will be available for all Pixel phones. You can sign up to receive it via the Android Beta Program, or you can always flash the image.
As is the norm, Google began rolling out the monthly Android security patch for Pixel devices. All generations of the Pixel lineup of phones will receive the patches, along with the Essential Phone.
Google begins rolling out its monthly Android patch to Pixel devices today. The patch fixes a few annoying Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL bugs, such as the RAM management issue and other reliability problems.
The Google Store is offering big discounts on a range of its products in several countries. The Google Home Mini has been reduced to one of its lowest prices ever making it even more enticing.
Announced as part of the Pixel 3 unveiling in October, the Night Sight camera feature is coming to all generations of Pixel phones over the next few days with an update to the Google Camera app.
Google began rolling out its monthly Android security patches to supported devices today. Those devices include all three generations of the Pixel devices, and for the last time, the Nexus 6P and 5X.
T-Mobile is trying to get the attention of Pixel fans prior to tomorrow«s announcement of the Pixel 3 by showcasing how much faster its network is compared to Verizon and the competition.
After several weeks, Google still doesn't have a proper answer when it comes to the problem with some Pixel 2 XL devices suffering from severe lag. The firm is apparently still investigating.
Over the past month, various users have been chiming in about the dreadful lag experienced on their Pixel 2 XL. Now, there could be the possibility that the problem is caused by a hardware issue.
In an attempt to capture some of your hard earned dollars, the Google Store has started a new sale, offering discounts on its Pixel 2 XL, Chromecast, Home speakers, and more for a limited time.
Why is it that North America gets all the best deals? They don't though, you just need to look around a bit. We've found two top handsets with deep discounts that are still up for grabs in Europe.
With yet another bug to affect the Pixel 2 phones, Google has announced that it is rolling out an update to the Phone app, which fixes screen wake not working when a Bluetooth device is connected.
Users with a Pixel 2 phone are more than likely to experience failure to connect or a disconnect 'mid-drive' with the Android Auto display, and after some investigating, Google says a fix is coming.
Several Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL users are reporting that the USB Type-C to 3.5 mm headphone adapter is not working on their devices, and music still plays through the device speakers.
Many Google Pixel 2 XL owners report that the screen wake up time is slow after updating to Android 8.1 Oreo when they try to unlock their device using the fingerprint sensor or the power button.
Several users have complained on Reddit and Google forums that after upgrading to Android 8.1, the multi-touch feature starts acting weird when playing games or while performing other tasks.
Google is rolling out the stable Android 8.1 Oreo update for Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL owners running the Android 8.1 Oreo Developer Preview 2. The update doesn't require users to flash to Android 8.0.
In its latest developer update for Android, Google has fixed some of the more glaring issues with its Pixel 2 handsets, like the distorted audio when filming video and the unresponsive edge display.
Despite some technical hiccups, the Google Pixel 2 and its larger XL counterpart have reviewed well. Verizon is capitalizing on the buzz with a special on the devices if you sign a two-year contract.
The Pixel 2 handsets appear to be great phones. Unfortunately, it has been marred by a variety of issues. The good news is that Google has found a fix for the recently discovered random reboot issue.
Several Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL owners have encountered random reboots with their handset while connected to cellular data, a problem that seems to be caused by an issue with the devices' LTE modem.
Nearly six months since its announcement, it seems Google is ready with its Lens augmented reality feature, as it is reportedly rolling out for some Pixel smartphones since the weekend.
Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL owners have had it rough. There have been multiple issues since their release and now it looks like the camera on both units suffers from problems when used under LED lighting.
Google is beginning to ship the Pixel Buds to customers who pre-ordered the $159 wireless earphones back in early October, with deliveries set to start arriving on doorsteps throughout this week.
Some Pixel 2 XL devices seem to have yet another issue, as users have reported unresponsive edges on their smartphone. Fortunately, Google is aware of the problem and is said to be working on a fix.
Google had a very rough first month, with numerous issues discovered with its latest handset, the Pixel 2 XL. Now, a new display issue has cropped up adding to the woes afflicting the flagship phone.