Google release of Android 7.1.2 earlier this month. From the beginning to push the update to Pixel and Pixel XL devices enrolled in the Android Beta Program. However, for the Pixel line it announced a number of Bluetooth, battery shutdown, and camera issues, as well as other improvements.
As per report, Pixel and Pixel XL owner in the Android Beta Program began receiving the update recently, the devices on Verizon will receive version NHG47K and N2G47J for Deutsche Telekom subscribers, while unlocked phones will get N2G47E.
One thing should be clear, there shouldn’t be any major changes between the last beta and the April 3rd release. However, Google has simplified the long-standing issues have been fixed with Nougat’s second maintenance release.
Early battery shutdowns have been addressed, while there is also a fix for the pink banding in the camera experienced by a “small number of users.” Meanwhile, Bluetooth connectivity complaints have been remedied as well as has audio popping at higher volumes.
Many other improvements in this version include better fingerprint swipe performance and battery usage alerts for apps in settings. The Pixel’s boot screen also adds a “Powered by Android” logo at the bottom.
Manually checking for updates in Settings should download the 30-40MB patch and begin the seamless update process.