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Technology Original Google Pixel's final update coming in December

13:50  06 november  2019
13:50  06 november  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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The Google Pixel and Pixel XL will get “one final software update ” in December , the company confirms to The Verge. As of yesterday, it looked like the original Pixel was done getting updates , as Google released its November security update for most Pixel phones, but nothing for the Pixel or

Google confirmed that the original Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL will get a final software update in December , three years after the phones were The original Google Pixel and Pixel XL may look a little old compared to the smartphones of 2019, but in 2016, when the phones first launched, they had

With Google'sPixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL available now, it's almost time to say goodbye to their 2016 predecessors. The Pixel and Pixel XL will get their last software update in December, the search giant confirmed.

a remote control: Google's first Pixel phones will get their final update next month. James Martin/CNET© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Google's first Pixel phones will get their final update next month. James Martin/CNET

The original Pixel pair didn't get the November security update Google released on Monday, as previously reported by The Verge, but will get one "that encapsulates a variety of updates" next month, a company spokesperson said in an email.

Google was upfront about this in 2016, when it said Pixels would get two years of software updates and three years of security updates. It's since amended its support page to promise three years of software updates, so Pixel users got Android 10 in October.

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Today, Google confirmed to The Verge that the original Google Pixel smartphone will receive one more update . That final piece of software will push Allegedly, the December update will encapsulate the tweaks that came with the November update as well as the future tweaks arriving in December .

Google says the original Pixel and Pixel XL will not be getting the November update , but there is one more planned for December . Next month, Google will roll out an update that “encapsulates a variety of updates ” from the November and December patches. Why aren’t they updating it each month like

a close up of a remote control: Google's first Pixel phones will get their final update next month.© CNET

Google's first Pixel phones will get their final update next month.

  Original Google Pixel's final update coming in December © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc.
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