In today's round of unsurprising news, Google has confirmed that the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Pixel C will not receive the next major update to Android that was announced today, called Android P.
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After over two years of selling the company's first Pixel tablet, the Pixel C has been removed from the Google Store. The device is still supported with the latest version of Android, 8.1 Oreo.
While Android Beta users will receive the final version of Oreo today, the general rollout won't begin immediately. Here are the devices that will get the Android 8.0 update in the coming weeks.
Having confirmed that the name of its next major OS update will be Oreo, Google is now pushing the final version of the update to those in the Android Beta Program, and published new system images.
Google has published its latest monthly Android security bulletin, and released new system images and OTA files for supported Nexus and Pixel devices, targeting a range of vulnerabilities in the OS.
Google has published its latest monthly Android security bulletin, and released new system images and OTA files for supported Nexus and Pixel devices - but some devices got the update two days ago.
According to a number of reports, Google has begun rolling out the latest version of Android, 7.1.2 Nougat, to some of its Pixel and Nexus devices, which lines up with earlier reports.
Google has started rolling out Android 7.1.1, saying that it "brings many of the cool features of Pixel to everyone". Here's the list of Nexus and Pixel devices that will get the new version first.
While many manufacturers still haven't upgraded their devices to Android 7.0 Nougat, Google will release Android 7.1.1 - the very latest version of the OS - to eligible Nexus devices on December 6.
The Chromebook Pixel 2 series only launched a year and a half ago, and following the discontinuation of sales for the $999 model in April, the $1299 version is now no longer available to buy.
Google has announced availability of its third Android N Developer Preview, saying that it now offers 'beta quality', and assuring devs that they can feel confident to use it on their main devices.
Previously, if you wanted to flash an update to your Nexus device, it meant losing all of the data on your phone. This will no longer be an issue, as Google is now offering OTA images.
Google has discontinued the $999 Chromebook Pixel laptop and has said that it will not be restocking the device, although customers can still purchase the more expensive version of the Pixel.
Google has delisted its made in 2014 Nexus tablet, the HTC Nexus 9, from its online stores across the world and will only be selling the Pixel C tablet wherever it was previously available.
The research firm predicts a bit of a change in consumer preference when it comes to portable PCs, as Windows 10 devices have changed the perception on the value of 2-in-1's.
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The same companies that were quick to deride Microsoft's Surface tablet line in 2012 are now copying some of its unique features with their new tablets.
Google has unveiled its new Pixel C flagship tablet powered by Android 6.0 Marshmallow, with support for detachable keyboards and priced at $499 for the 32 GB base model.
New information about an Android-powered tablet from Google called Pixel C has just emerged, revealing details such as detachable keyboard support, USB Type-C connector and a high-res display.