Pixel 4 will get December security update starting next week

Google giving money back to people who already bought the Pixel 4

Google giving money back to people who already bought the Pixel 4

Until now this compatibility was only available on Pixel 4, so it is expected that it will also reach the rest of the devices when they update to the last security patch. Well, they were supposed to be finished by now. With the Pixel 4 series, Google has stepped up its camera with new features, one being the Astrophotography mode.

Consisting of the 2019-12-01 and 2019-12-05 security patch levels, the Android Security Patch for December 2019 addresses a total of 42 security flaws across various Android components, including Android Framework, Media framework, Android System, Kernel components, as well as Qualcomm components, including closed-source ones.

It goes something like this - monthly bills down to £29, upfront cost of an exceptional £9.99 and a generous data cap of 20GB. It's a fantastic deal. But when you consider the FREE Google Home Hub that Mobiles.co.uk is also throwing in, you're looking at a bargain like no other. Let us know in the comments! Or will it be extended through Christmas? Tapping App info on the pop-up message will take you to the launcher's settings; from there, you can click on the three-dot menu to uninstall updates.

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In order to achieve this, Google uses an "on-device convolutional neural network, trained on over 100,000 images that were manually labeled by tracing the outlines of sky regions, identifies each pixel in a photograph as 'sky' or 'not sky'".

Live Caption is one of the coolest Android features yet, using on-device machine learning to generate captions for local videos and web clips. It also offers ambient EQ technology, which allows you to adjust the screen to your environment.

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