Android Nougat Starts Rolling Out To Nexus Devices

Android Nougat on Google Nexus 6P

The Nexus devices are made by a variety of device manufacturers in close collaboration with Google, and are created to showcase Android in its purest form.

Google started rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to folks with recent Nexus devices yesterday.

Android rolled out its newest Nougat for LG Nexus mobile phones via an OTA update today. It may take a couple of months before their unlocked versions directly receive Nougat from the OEM. But if you’d rather not do that, and just want to sideload the update, we have the links below so you can do just that.

Manufacturers including Sony, HTC, Samsung and Huawei all use Android as their smartphone software, though Google has not yet confirmed when Nougat will be widely available on these devices. Several user interface tweaks have been made as well to provide an overall improved user experience. Also, the official OTA is not available on older Nexus devices.

Android Nougat adds a whole host of new features, sticking very much to the foundation that Marshmallow laid down visually, by making it easier to get to a lot more information.

While the majority of iPhone users will be using the latest version of iOS within weeks of its release, Android smartphone owners can be left using older versions of the OS years after a newer version is released.

Another neat thing about Nougat is that it will be receiving quarterly maintenance updates and developer previews will also be released, the next one to come with fall.

With Android 7.0 Nougat, Google launched seamless updates that would download and install in the background. However, LG V20 will be the first ever phone with Android 7.0 out of the box. We can expect to get the update on Galaxy 7 and Galaxy S7 Edge soon.

This Brand New Operating System Coming With Interesting Features. Also, Google’s Pixel C and General Mobile 4G (Android One) will get the support of this new release.