Google's software-first design philosophy has yielded some impressive results, like those pictures you can clip with a Pixel 3, but that strategy can also have some negative effects, especially when it comes to wrong. Multiple software solutions mean more possible errors to destroy your phone.
Therefore, Google's new December update for Pixel 3 is so important because, in addition to enhanced camera performance, a security update and better support for when the phone is paired with a pixel rack, in December, the plaster also has a solution for Pixel 3's too aggressive memory management.
Although the reason has not been revealed before some patrons, some Pixel 3 owners drove into situations where apps would close or shut apparently randomly, sometimes in the middle of an operation. This caused a lot of headache for affected users who lost data after an app crashed, or at least had to reset apps for no reason. And while this was not a problem that affected all users, it's still not exactly the kind of experience you'd like to see from a $ 800 phone.
Together with the Pixel 3 memory management solution, Google's December Update also includes a range of updates for the entire Pixel family, including updated volume behavior when switching Bluetooth, enhanced unlock performance while using Bluetooth, and enhanced Android Auto compatibility for Pixel 2 and Pixel 3. For a complete list of repairs and improvements, click here.
The update is rolling out today and if the phone has not already received a notification that there is a new software update, users should download and install the update by going to the phone's setup menu, scroll down to System ] turns Advanced and tapping on the System Update option.