On this day Google began to distribute to all its Pixels from the second generation onwards the mandatory security update of its mobile operating system corresponding to the month of October. But having launched in October 2017, it would have been time to say goodbye to them: the Google Pixel 2 would no longer receive software support.
According to the site Android Police as of November the Pixel 2 Y Pixel 2 XL they will no longer receive security updates. And having received Android 11 in September we are in a position to say that, without security updates, the Pixel 2 will be officially out of Google’s software support.
December would be the last update for the Pixel 2
When Google released the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL in October 2017, it promised its users three years of security updates and two years of operating system updates. Last year it was announced that there would be a change in this policy by Google and the Pixel 2 would be the first smartphones to complete three years of coverage of OS updates.
So after receiving Android 11 and the corresponding October security patch, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will no longer receive software support from their manufacturer. However, that does not mean that October is going to be the last month we see an update for these old flagships.
According to the sources he came into contact with Android Police Google would make the respective update support end announcement for its second generation Pixel in December. It is then that you will be receiving your last and final security patch.
The Google Pixel 2 would no longer receive software support, which means that it will no longer have any more security updates and no new versions of Android.
Source: Android Police