The Verge, Google’s Pixel 6 series phones do not have five years of major Android system updates, but only three years of system updates.
For the first time in history, Google’s new mobile phone is driven by Google’s self-designed Tensor chip, giving the company an Apple-like level of control over the internal workings of the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. However, in terms of system updates, there seems to be a deviation from the previous revelations. IT Home is informed that Google’s support page shows that it only promises to provide Android updates before October 2024, that is, three years after the release of Pixel 6 series phones.
Google said: “Users will still get at least 3 years of operating system updates. After that, we promise to ensure that Pixel phones will stay up to date and safe.” “The frequency and type of updates will depend on the capabilities and needs of the hardware.”
Although Google specifically announced in its keynote speech on Tuesday, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will receive five years of security updates — two years longer than before. But it seems that the version update of the Android operating system (for example, Android phones) has not been satisfied. It seems that system updates for major Android versions (such as Android 11, Android 12, etc.) are another matter. Although Google technically says that it will provide a new Android version “at least” until October 2024, Google has not surpassed these types of promises in its history.
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