Google is planning to drop support for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2XL this year with Android 11 update. Well, this is completely obvious, as Google has already dropped support for the original Pixels with Android 10 last year.
Although back during the time of the official launch, Google promised only two major updates, however, with consumers asking for it, they decided to end it on Android 10. The same is the case for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2XL this time. Although, Google has promised during the launch that the smartphones will get three major updates. So Android 11 is going to be the last of the major update for the second-generation Pixels. After that, the second-generation Pixels will reach their EOL support this year.
In an AOSP development branch comment, Google mentions that they are dropping the support for the said devices this year with Android 11.
On the other hand, in another comment, Google mentions all the devices, specifically Pixels, of which will get which Android version. In a similar fashion, Google mentions that the Pixel 4a will come with Android 10, not Android 11, unfortunately. And with this, we also have a view of when the Pixel 4a will reach its EOL time as well.
And that will be near about the launch time of Android 14, so no rush at all!
Also, read: Google Pixel 5 5G might come soon, states leak.
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