Today we’ve got the release of February security patches for Pixel and Nexus devices, which most notably brings Bluetooth, Camera, and Android Auto fixes to the Google Pixel 2 and expands Pixel Visual Core to third-party apps, a now-pulled Chromium commit that references “Material Design 2”, and Nougat finally tops Android version distribution after 18 months.
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- Google expands Pixel Visual Core’s HDR+ to Instagram, Snapchat, and WhatsApp
- February security patch rolling out to Pixel/Nexus devices, factory images and OTAs live
- Google Pixel 2 picks up Bluetooth, Camera, & Android Auto fixes w/ February security patch
- Now-pulled Chromium commit hints at ‘Material Design 2’ as part of Chrome interface redesign
- After 18 months, Nougat is the most used version of Android in Feb. distribution numbers