Now that the Android P developer preview is out, we are slowly learning more about the upcoming OS and while we do like some of the upgrades the OS will bring, those still having some of the older Google smartphones might not be happy with what Google has to say.

According to Ars Technica, Google has confirmed that some of their older devices will not be getting the Android P upgrade this year. Some of the devices that were listed include the Google Nexus 6P, the Google Pixel C and of course, the Google Nexus 5X.

Since these devices are at least three years old, it was not a surprise that Google would choose to stop supporting them but it is still bad news for the users. Devices that will be getting the Android P upgrade will include the Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

Of course, users can always choose to wait for the custom ROMs if they are not ready to upgrade their device yet.

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