Google also said it was adding a wallet feature to every supported Pixel. A long press of the home button will bring up a card view of payment cards, boarding passes and more – much like Apple’s excellent Wallet app that Android has never been able to replicate.
New AR modes for Duo video calls are coming to Pixel 3 and 4 only, while dark theme scheduling will be an option on all supported devices in the feature drop scheme.
If you’ve got a 2017 Pixel 2 or 2 XL, then getting features like Live Caption (from 12 March) and the new Cards & Passes add on is pretty great value for your two and a half year old phone. But if Google sticks to its schedule then this time next year, the Pixel 2 won’t get updates anymore and you might have to think about upgrading to the Pixel 5.