The original Google Pixel and Pixel XL will receive one final update in December.
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).