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Google working on update to fix Pixel 3 memory management issues
Google tends to launch these phones with exclusive new software features, and the same software features are then rolled out gradually over the months to older Google devices. Unfortunately, 9to5Google received confirmation from Google that while the fix will be paired with a monthly security update, it won't arrive in the November security update. As will be the memory management issues, which I consider among the most serious. The first image was taken using OnePlus 6's Nightscape mode which became available via the latest firmware update for the device, OxygenOS 9.0.2.
Since their United States launch on October 18, Google's Pixel 3 smartphones have had somewhat of a bumpy start - users have reported numerous bugs and teething problems from the new devices, including a photo saving issue and a horrifying second notch. Super Res Zoom makes up for the Pixel 3's lack of optical zoom by using computation photography to sharpen in details when you zoom in.
With its nifty software tricks and superb camera, the Pixel 3 is undoubtedly a good phone.
That's after another bug caused buyers of the new Pixel 3 phone to see a second "notch" at the side of the screen.
This quirk is frustrating, but Google has acknowledged the troubles and is working on a fix.
Switching between the regular 8-MP lens and the wide-angle version (and its smaller f/2.2 aperture) is as simple as pressing an on-screen minus button, as if you're zooming out (which, essentially, you are, only with a different lens). And in this guide, we'll help you with tips and how-tos on the new and updated features awaiting you. We fully expect the list of stores offering this device to grow, but for now, here are the first two if you want to get in the game early!
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