There's no explanation as to what's happening, and Google hasn't yet acknowledged the issue.
Tech giant Google recently launched its flagship smartphones - Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL at an event in NY. Google Pixel 3 does not sport a notch though, unlike the bigger Pixel 3 XL. But when the user opens the Google Photos app, the photo isn't there. Specifically, several users have complained that the camera is not saving every photo they take and is, in some case, slow to respond.
Apparently, this is not just a Pixel problem.
Google recently launched its new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones globally. That functionality gap will be closing in the near future, though, when Now Playing History makes its way to the Pixel 2. Now we know why: a Google spokesperson has informed Android Police that Now Playing History is planned to be added to the Pixel 2.
Third-party apps get better security for sensitive transactions by using the customized hardware, Google said: thanks to Android 9's StrongBox KeyStore APIs, Titan M can store users' private keys, and the Protected Confirmation API can "help to ensure that the user (not malware)" has confirmed a transaction.
The Titan M chip is also used to verify your lock screen passcode with limits set on logon attempts, as well as preventing access to the secured encrypted flash storage on your phone, with decryption of your data only allowed after the chip successfully verifies your passcode.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the issue.