We learned last week that the Google Pixel 6 could receive 5 years of Android software updates. Samsung (4 years), OnePlus (3 years), and OPPO (3 years) have also promised longer support, but it’s the Pixel 6 that could actually go toe-to-toe with the iPhone 13 in longevity.
I won’t dive into iOS vs. Android here — I’ve already said my piece about switching from iOS to Android — but iPhones undeniably beat the best Android phones for fast, long-lasting support.
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