“When Will Pixel 6 Line Get March Feature Drop?”

Google’s Updates for Pixel Devices

Pixel device users have been eagerly waiting for the March Feature Drop (QPR2) and Android 13 QPR3 Beta 1 releases for their devices. However, these updates have not been made available for all eligible Pixel models, such as the Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, and Pixel 6a.

Google Support Claims March Feature Drop Will Arrive on March 20th

According to a Redditor who chatted with Google Support, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, and Pixel 6a users can expect to receive the March Feature Drop on March 20th, which is next Monday. The March Feature Drop includes several key features, such as:

  • Enhanced version of Night Sight feature that allows users to take photos in low-light environments without using flash
  • Magic Eraser tool to erase unwanted distractions from photographs
  • Direct My Call feature to help users quickly navigate automated call menus for certain businesses
  • Google Health Connect app to manage all fitness and health data collected from other apps
  • Fall Detection feature for Pixel Watches

Advice for Users on Android 13 QPR2 Beta

Current Pixel device users on the Android 13 QPR2 Beta should be aware that if they want to return to stable, public Android releases, they should not tap the button to “downgrade OTA update.” Doing so will force users to wipe their phone. If they receive the public, stable version of QPR2, they can then install it without penalty, but only if they exited the beta before Monday.

Upcoming Android 14 Beta Program

As the second and final version of the Android 14 Developer Preview is currently available, users can expect Android 14 Beta 1 to be released in April, followed by the final version in August. Google’s I/O developer conference on May 10th may provide further information on Android 14. Although the conference is open to all, attendees must register to attend other I/O sessions.