The company has announced the Android smartphones which were released in October 2016 will no longer be supported after one final update that "encapsulates a variety of updates" next month, a spokesperson has confirmed to CNET.com
The news comes after the company focuses on their next-generation of devices.
Google unveiled the Pixel 4 and more at the Made By Google Event last month.
The new smartphone range went on sale on October 24 and boasts improved facial recognition technology, a second camera lens, motion-sensing technology, Motion Sense3, to switch apps or even skip songs with needed to touch the device, and much more.
The smartphone comes in at $799 (£669), whilst the Google Pixel 4 XL is priced at $899 (£829).