Google finally fixed some of the Pixel 3’s worst bugs
When Google launched the Pixel 3 in October, it was generally well received. We gave it a positive review ourselves, but it was impossible to ignore the elephant in the room: Google’s new phones were fundamentally broken. It was not the notch or the design that was flawed, but the software and the way the phone worked. You can read about some of those issues here, but at long last, Google is releasing substantive fixes for the Pixel 3 and 3 XL.
On Monday, December 3rd, Google pushed out the December 2018 Android security update, which just so happens to address more than a dozen functionality issues affecting the Pixel 3 and 3 XL. If you’ve been frustrated with your Pixel up to this point, you should have an easier time with the phone once the update is applied.