Any Android handset which will release after December 1, 2016 will come with Duo pre-installed and may or may not have Hangouts.
In future Android versions and updates, Google Duo will replace Hangouts as a mandatory pre-installed app. Google Duo is a video calling app and it was announced some time back along with a messaging app called Google Allo.
"We are announcing that Google Duo will replace Hangouts within the suite of core GMS apps, and Hangouts will become GMS Optional for telephony products. This change will take effect on December 1, 2016," Google said in a statement.
However, this doesn't mean Google is killing Hangouts. The app will be always available to download from Play Store.
Though Google has no such plan for Allo, in future we won't be surprised if it becomes an integral part of Android devices and could don the role of default messaging app in Android devices. If it happens, it will be a big boost for Google Allo which is up against some established players like WhatsApp.
Pixel devices have earlier faced issues relating to image transfer and LTE connectivity.
Despite coming with a hefty price tag, people in India as well as across the globe are buying the device.
Interestingly, this bug is only seen if the images are sent from an iPhone 7 Plus to a Pixel device and not vice versa.
Google has already released two rounds of developer preview for Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Pixel C tablet.
The link will be displayed both on Mobile as well as Web (PC) version of search and will display all the ATMs nearby after automatically detecting your location.
The app is available for both Android and iOS and saves resulting images in Google Photos.
The update will be rolled out this week in 62 countries.
Although hackers didn't reveal the exact vulnerability, Google claims that it has already fixed it and released the patch as well.
Fortunately, Google seems to have already been working on the issue and is expected to release a software update soon.
In the latest numbers, Android Nougat has finally made its way with 0.3 percent of share. Android Marshmallow surprisingly saw an increase of over 5% from 18.7 percent in September to 24 percent currently.