Apart from the fact that they’re holding the best camera phone in their hands, there is one thing that Pixel owners look forward to is the software update. The latest Pixel phones enjoy being pampered with latest software updates since they’re on the top priority list of Google. One such update is now hitting the Pixel 3 and 3 XL smartphones, which not only offers the security patch for January, but fixes a significant bug that has been ruining the videography experience on the Pixel phones.
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Google Pixel 3/3XL: audio output fixed!
We are talking about the poor audio output on the video recording done by the new Pixel phones. Many Google Pixel 3/3 XL users have reported about the poor audio output on their respective handsets and Google has finally offered a solution to it in a form of an OTA update.
This update is of small size, 56MB, but fixes a significant problem a reported by the users. Google promises that this software update offers a fix to the poor audio problem on the Pixel 3 phones. Now the next issue that every Pixel phone user would like Google to address is the 4K video recording at 60fps should be made available. Since, brands like OnePlus already offer on their set of phones. Moreover, Xiaomi is all set to introduce the 4K 60fps recording on its POCO F1 on its next OTA update.
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For all the older pixel generation users, if you have been wondering about the security update for your phones, then, you should all check your phones as the company has started to roll out the January security patch for all the Pixel phone including Pixel 2/2 XL, and Pixel/ XL. Plus, the Pixel C, it’s tablet has also been issued that same security patch update.