Google Pixel 3 Gets Improved RAM Usage, Camera Performance in December Patch

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Right now, there's a Google Pixel 3 deal on offer which gets Google One subscribers $125 off a Pixel 3.

Besides patching the security issues, the update addresses a number of performance issues on the Pixel 3 and other smartphones. In India, e-SIM support will be rolled out for both Airtel and Reliance Jio for Pixel 3 in the coming months, revealed the company. These monthly updates normally fix potential vulnerabilities for devices running Android 9, but this month's update includes specific patches for Pixel phones in addition to the normal security updates. 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. If you haven't seen the email for some reason, don't worry: you can still get the Google Pixel 3 deal by logging in to your Google One account. Google refers to this change as "Improved memory performance in certain circumstances" for all Pixel 2, 2XL, 3 and 3XL phones, which will update the RAM management on these phones specifically to prevent unwanted app closures.

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Express.co.uk recently reviewed the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL saying: "These Google-powered devices are fast, feature-packed and offer the ultimate experience for those who want pure Android power". Nestled in with those deals should be the Google Pixel 3 deal. Other notable inclusions include improved Android Auto compatibility, Bluetooth patches, camera improvements, improved Always On Display triggering, and improved notifications.

Google is working to simplify the process of you going out to get a SIM card and trying it to insert into your smartphone, instead, scanning the eSIM makes it hassle-free.

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