How to install Android on Google Pixel devices
Google Pixel users are going to need to find a way to install the latest version of Android on their devices.
The company has confirmed that the Pixel phones are now the first devices to come with the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop update, which will be rolled out to users later today.
Pixel owners who are not yet running the Android 5-series operating system will have to wait until tomorrow, but Google says they’ll be able to install it in just a few hours.
The Pixel will receive the Android Lollipop 7.0 update for $199, while Pixel XL users will be able get the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for just $169.
There are also two Pixel versions to choose from, the Pixel XLs Pixel XL 6.5-inch with a 5.8-inch screen and Pixel XL XL 6-inch without a 5-inch display.
The 6- and 6- inch Pixel devices also come with a 16GB of storage, the latter of which is a very important feature in Google’s Pixel smartphones.
There is also a 64GB model, which comes in the Pixel Mini and Pixel Pro.
Google says the Pixel and Pixel 2 are the first Pixel smartphones to have wireless charging built in, as well as Bluetooth 4.0 LE for a truly wireless experience.
Pixel users who have Android devices running Lollipop should be able install it tomorrow, and Pixel users can install it from within the Settings app on the Google Pixel Store.