Yesterday, November 4, Google began rolling out its November 2019 security patch to Pixel devices. As usual, the security patch comes with a host of fixes for various bugs and vulnerabilities.
For Pixel 4 handsets, specifically, this month's patch also brings improvements to the camera and the 90Hz Smooth Display.
Taking a look through the AC forums, the update is gradually starting to make its way to folks.
What about you? Have you downloaded the November 2019 security patch?
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