Google just released a new Pixel Android 9 Pie update on July 1st that will deliver some important changes and fixes for the Pixel 3a, Pixel 3 XL, and more. The typical vulnerability patches for the system, library, media framework, etc. are all here to ensure your Android phone is as safe and secure as can be.
The security patch is rolling out now for Pixel phones, so be sure to check for an update if you haven't already received it.
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Although Google does not list the Pixel C on its update schedule help page, the company does note when discussing Pixel phones that they "get security updates for at least 18 months from when the Google Store last sold the device".
Between all the improvements in May, June and now July for the Pixel 3 series, these phones should be pretty stable right now. The factory images and OTA are now available for various Pixel models. The patch dated 2019-07-05 brings fix to a total of 21 issues. "The severity assessment is based on the effect that exploiting the vulnerability would possibly have on an affected device", reads the security bulletin. The most severe of these is a "critical security vulnerability" in media framework which may allow a remote attacker to execute code within the usual sandboxed processes.
For the Pixel phones, the Pixel Update Bulletin is also out.