January 12, 2021
Google Rolls Out its Last Pixel 2 Update

Pixel 2 Owners are Now Receiving the Last Update their Phones will Ever Get from Google

Google is now pushing out its final update to the Pixel 2, just after the company made a few new features available to newer model phones…

Just this week, Google started to make some nifty new features previously exclusive to its Pixel 5 devices to models 3, 3a, 4, and 4a. These include “Hold for Me,” a tool that waits on the line until a person picks up, along with Adaptive Sound, which automatically adjusts sound quality to match environment, and Extreme Battery Saver. While the relatively newer models get better, the Pixel 2 has reached its ostensible end.

Google Rolls Out its Last Pixel 2 Update

The Pixel 2 is getting its very last update from Google, a delayed November security patch. This represents the end-of-life for the first Google hardware with a (somewhat) groundbreaking camera. Announced in October of 2017, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL offered two size options and significant improvements over the original Pixel phone. However, it didn’t arrive problem-free. The most notable issue affected screens that were struck with a blue color tinge.

Now, the Pixel 2 will get its last update. It’s only a matter of time before the Pixel 3 reaches its end-of-life, as Google has promised to support those devices though October of 2021, which could include Android 12.

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