The Google Pixel 6 is coming next week – expect it on October 19 at the company’s Pixel launch – and a new leak suggests the upcoming phone will be supported with new software for many years to come.
According to @snoopytech on Twitter, the Google Pixel 6 series will recieve four years of software upgrades and five years of security updates. That means it will be able to run Android 16 software, or whatever Google decides to call it.
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