Google Confirms Pixel and Pixel XL Users Can Keep Their Photos Permanently

Google recently announced that Pixel 2 smartphone owners can save original quality photos in Drive until 2020. There’s a new clarification for Pixel owners now.

After the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL launch, people were in a state of confusion as to how long and how many photos they will be able to save in the Google Drive cloud service for free. The company confirmed that original quality, which usually occupies maximum space can be saved online until 2021. From 2021 onwards, high quality resolution will automatically be saved.

However, people who are still using the original Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones have no such restrictions. They are free to save as many photos as they like with no time limitation. The 2016 model owners should be delighted by this news because they can keep all their original quality photos without having to lower the resolution or any time limit on it.

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The official confirmation from Google should definitely assure all Pixel owners whereas Pixel 2 buyers have ample time until 2021 before they have to compromise with high-res photo saves on their Drive.

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