Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL will be updated to Android Q

Today, in addition to kicking off its Android Q beta, the company made a surprise announcement: the Pixel and Pixel XL, first released in 2016, are eligible to run the beta release.


Google is extending the software lifespan of its original Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones beyond what was originally promised.

Google came to the decision to include the 2016 Pixels based on popular demand.

The company’s original timeline would have made Android 9 Pie the final major software release for the first-generation Pixels.

Users of the original Pixel can enroll in the Android Q Beta program today, or install the OTA update manually to get started as soon as possible.

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