Google has began pushing out its June update for Pixel phones in the midst of Apple’s WWDC announcements. The most recent version of Google’s software includes a Feature Drop that was previously only accessible through Google’s QPR beta channel.
Google’s At a Glance is now accessible from the Lock Screen in supported locations, and Live Translate receives a few extra languages as a result of this upgrade.
A vast number of bug fixes and Google’s most recent security patches are also included in this month’s release. You’ll also notice improvements to Gboard and the Call Screen, as well as bug fixes for incoming phone calls. Additionally, the battery life has been improved in specific circumstances and the fingerprint scanner’s performance has been enhanced.
On Google’s support site, you’ll find fixes for the camera, user interface, display, sensors, Bluetooth stability enhancements, and other system issues. All supported Google Pixels 4 and newer are now receiving Google’s June software update, which was released earlier this month.