Back in March, Google surprised all the Android users when it released a public beta of its Android 7.0 Nougat, offering the option to easily install the beta with an over-the-air update. And now, Nougat has just come out of the shell of beta and is ready to be rolled out for Google’s own Nexus devices.
If you want to grab one of the biggest changes Android is having, you have to own a Nexus device, such as Nexus 6P, 5X, 6, 9, and Nexus Player. Also, Google’s Pixel C and General Mobile 4G (Android One) will get the support of this new release. Over the upcoming weeks, Android 7.0 Nougat will be rolled out on those devices, depending on various carriers who monitor the rollout of these updates.
The first new smartphone that ships with Android 7.0 Nougat will be LG’s upcoming LG V20 smartphone, which is set to launch on September 6.
This latest version of Android is loaded with tons of new and noteworthy features. it includes VR mode in Android for the very first time. Its direct reply feature lets you directly to notifications without even opening the apps. Also, you can run two apps at the same time with the multi-window support. and if you’re concerned about the security, Nougat comes with powerful layers of encryption and security that will keep your data private and secure.
Don’t get upset if you don’t have any Nexus device. just wait a few months and you may get a notification to update your phone’s operating system sometime between November and January.