Google will release a significant update package for its Pixel smartphones in the first week of the month. This month, the usual security update, there will be a long-awaited Pixel Feature Drop. In this, they include several new features. But, a brand-new operating system is also in the works.
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Which updates are anticipated?
The December update will incorporate the Android security update as well as a different Pixel update for all Pixel cell phones that are as yet upheld. This includes several exclusive apps and new features for all supported Pixel generations. The extensive Android feature Drop has raised the bar, so we can anticipate a significant wave, despite the lack of specifics. Google needs to get back to work after a break in September. In this article, you can read about what was previously included in Pixel Feature Drops.
Users can expect a new Android 13 QPR Beta
With Android 13 QPR, Google is currently running a second beta program for Pixel smartphones. You might as well forget about it. We have already demonstrated all of the new features in Android 13 QPR1, which, in conjunction with the Pixel Feature Drop, should be made available tonight.
When can we expect the update?
The Android security update is always made available by Google on the first Monday of each month. After that, it should be made available to all Pixel phones that are supported over the next few hours and days. Because the first fell on a Thursday this month, Pixel users only have to wait a few days. As a result, the update will be made available to Pixel smartphones that are still supported today, December 5th, and will be distributed as usual.
Lastly, numerous Pixel smartphones of the fourth to sixth generation will receive the security update. The most recent Pixel 4 update was finished in October.
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