Google working on fix for Pixel 3 memory management problems

Isaac Cain
November 7, 2018

One of them, related to the camera, already has a fix.

The last Nexus smartphones to launch from Google were the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, which debuted in late 2015. And in this guide, we'll help you with tips and how-tos on the new and updated features awaiting you. The 2016 Pixel was the first Google smartphone to come after Google made a decision to no longer make “Nexus” branded devices.

The Pixel lineup has built up a reputation for offering the best smartphone camera you can get, and that continues with the Pixel 3. 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. Now, if you'd like to test this out, once you manually download the app, and install it, you will need to run it, select the "More" menu, and there you will see the "Night Side" option which you can select.

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Android tablet believers have been waiting for a true iPad Pro contender for quite some time now, and although the Pixel Slate is probably not it either, it may well be the best all-around alternative. that doesn't run Windows 10. Even though it's impossible to stay absolutely still for this long when shooting handheld, the final shot was sharp and highly detailed compared to the one taken without Night Sight. This mode actually rolled out to the OnePlus 6 as well, in the latest firmware update, OxygenOS 9.0.2.

Actual fixes have been few and far between, at least so far.

The Pixel Slate was first announced in early October, with a release date of later this year. As it turns out, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have been riddled with bugs. With the Pixel 3, Google is enabling a feature that lets you see a log of all the songs that the device identified. This is Google's nod toward helping you get a handle on how much you're staring at your smartphone screen, with several tools aimed at getting you to use your phone less and less.

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