Rolling out to units in Europe, the update also bumps the Android OS version to 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
While the change-log also lists some new features, T-Mobile's website says the update just includes latest security patches.
The Pixel's camera shows a flare when taking pictures, more than expected; software fix coming soon.
This will hit those units that are still in the wild and haven't been returned yet.
That's more than the Samsung Galaxy S7 as well as the Apple iPhone 7.
The device will hopefully become official soon, as it's been in the rumors for months now.
The handset is based on Alcatel's IDOL 4S shell, but with a few notable software and hardware improvements.
It appears the flagship phablet won't be delayed after all.
The phone is powered by a MediaTek SoC, and is almost identical to the Pro 6 in looks.
91.3% screen-to-body ratio and Snapdragon 821 make this a truly impressive phone.
The cutting-edge handset also comes with 6GB of RAM and a 23MP camera.
This comes around a week after the device was spotted on benchmarking website Geekbench.
There are some other changes included as well.
The update brings along Android security patch for the month of August.
Huawei put up a teaser poster on its official Weibo page in China.
Some new light is shed on why the Google Pixels weren't made fully waterproof.
The Sprint-owned prepaid carrier has added another affordable ZTE device to its roster today.
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