The new Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL smartphones are out and the first of the devices to come with a built-in Android 4.4 KitKat mobile operating system.
In fact, it’s not just a smartphone with an Android 4 and 4.2.2 operating system anymore.
You’re going to have to upgrade your phone if you want to use the new version of Android.
But if you’re not on the fence about upgrading, you can start now.
The first Android 4 KitKat smartphones have launched in China, and the Chinese version of Google’s Android OS will launch in the US soon after.
But it’s only the beginning.
It’s possible that Google’s next smartphone will launch on an Android version closer to the 4.1 and 4, or 4.3, that it’s launching in China.
The Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and 2 XL smartphones will come with Android 4 as the default operating system, and will work on all of the latest Android devices and the Pixel 2 XL will be the first smartphone to come out with the Android 4 Oreo update.
This is a big deal for Google because the Pixel phones will be first devices that users can install the new Android 4 OS.
The Pixel phones are expected to launch in early December.
But you’re probably wondering, how does Android 4 work on a smartphone?
Well, Google explains that Android 4 works by using a set of core Android APIs to make Android apps work.
So Google is essentially creating a new Android OS that uses the same API base as the old Android OS, but with more power and features.
Google’s Eric Schmidt said in an interview with Bloomberg that Google will use Android 4 to make it easier to work with Google services, so the Pixel smartphones will be able to use Google Maps, Google Docs, Google Calendar, Google Now, Google Photos, Google Drive and Google Drive Plus.
This makes Android 4 compatible with a wide range of devices, including phones, tablets and desktops.
You can use Android 5.0 and Android 5 Lollipop on the Android smartphones as well.
But the most significant feature of Android 5 is the Google Play Store, which includes apps like Google Photos and Google Music.
This store will be made available for the Pixel, and this is the only Android version that will support the Google Search app, which is Google’s search engine.
Android 5 Lollippl will also have the ability to launch the Google Chromecast, Google Home and Google Assistant apps, which are currently limited to the Android OS.
Google also introduced a new version called Android 5 that will have new features and capabilities that aren’t currently available on the Nexus 6 and Nexus 7 devices.
This will include a faster processor and a new camera.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow will also come to the Pixel devices and Pixel 2 phones.
Google has said that it will ship Android 6.1 Marshmallow in early 2016, but it will be coming after the Pixel smartphone launch in December.
Android Marshmallow is supposed to bring a lot of improvements to Android, including improvements to apps, multitasking, performance and security.
However, some of the improvements that Google is bringing are not quite as new as Google’s Marshmallow promised, and they might not be as useful for everyday use as Google is claiming.
Google will be releasing a beta version of Marshmallow for Android phones in the coming weeks.
You can sign up to receive Android 6 Marshmallow updates via the Google app store or the Google Developer site.
If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, you should check out the Pixel’s specs and try out Google’s latest Android OS for yourself.