After three years of support, the Pixel 2 received its latest update from Google: a November delayed security patch release for devices this month, such as Observed by Android Central. Google Device support table He notes that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are not guaranteed security updates after October 2020.

Google announced the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL in October 2017. The two devices were identical in all respects except for the size, and they received a lot of praise for the somewhat flagship camera. Google was early on really heading into camera and computational imaging software, and the results showed in the Pixel 2 – its single rear camera was in many ways ahead of the multi-camera competition.

Aside from the high capacity camera and the generally likable design, it wasn’t without problems. The Pixel 2 XL screen suffered from some Well documented problems, Including the tendency towards an unreal blue when viewed at slightly far angles. Aside from the shortcomings, the two best phones 2 and 2 XL will be remembered as smartphones that put amazing image processing capabilities in your pocket.

Time is running out, however, and current Pixel devices will see a December security patch arriving this week. Pixel 3 and later will also be received New features Borrowed from modern devices, such as Adaptive Sound and Extreme Battery Power Saving Mode.

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