Pixel will be supported until October 2019, and Nexus 6P is up to September 2018.
It is understandable, since as the generation of phones aggregate, it would be too busy to support all of them and it would be nearly impossible to have bugs in it.
But at the same time, it is sad to learn that when the old phones are still usable, it will be unsupported. The hardware won't expire till 5 years, 10 years maybe. But the software is outdated within 2 or 3 years. Why? Is it really necessary to stop supporting old phones that fast? Continue reading Google Updates When They Stop Supporting Pixel and Nexus Phones