Android 10 seems to be hitting devices faster than Android Pie, with Essential, OnePlus, and Xiaomi all issuing the stable update in some way or another.

Google phones were first in line for Android 10 though, but it seems like they’ve already received a follow-up OTA. According to Android Police, owners of the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3 series are reporting a new update (QP1A.190711.020.C3). Check out a screenshot below, courtesy of the outlet.

A follow-up update to Android 10 on a Pixel phone.Android Police

The OTA reportedly weighs in at 1118.2MB or thereabouts, but doesn’t seem to have a changelog and still has the Android 10 name. This suggests that it’s not a major release.

We’ll likely see more details regarding this OTA in the coming days, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it fixes a load of bugs in the initial Android 10 update.

Some users reported dead sensors on their Pixel phones after receiving Android 10 earlier this month. This meant that proximity sensors, Active Edge functionality, auto-rotate, and auto-brightness refused to work. So here’s hoping the new update addresses these issues.

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