Google's December security patch improves Pixel 3 memory management issue

Google's December security patch improves Pixel 3 memory management issue

From December 8 until January 14, you'll be able to get £100 off the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, bringing the cost down to £639 and £739 for each respectively.

As you can see in the chart above, some of these fixes address older Pixel phones as well, including the previous generation and the original Pixel and Pixel XL. Google has announced in a blog post that various operators around the world, including Jio and Airtel in India, will roll out support for eSIM in the coming months. Announced back in May, Google One is now available for everyone in the US and rolls out to users across the ...

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A perk of Google One is also being offered "Benefits" in the form of discounts, like the $7 Google Play Credit offered when you first sign up. This sounds like a smokescreen to me: I experienced memory problems immediately on both Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL but never saw such a thing with the previous devices. Obviously, the base model Pixel 3 with 64GB of storage will be the one that will cost you the least amount of cash - after the $125 discount, you'll pay $674 for that model. One downside, though, is that while Google is now offering a free Pixel Stand and USB-C earbuds when you purchase a Pixel 3, the fine print specifically says that it can't be combined with any promotional codes, so you're out of luck if you wanted to snag both deals.

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