People have been anxiously waiting for the release of the seventh version of the Android operating system, namely 7.0 Nougat. Of course, it is supposed to be much better than the previous OS, 6.0 Marshmallow, which in turn was better than Android 5.0 Lollipop.

The latest update when it comes to operating systems in Android will brings lots of new and interesting features and people will be happy to enjoy a longer battery life, due to the smarter use of the resources. Along with it, the system is supposed to bring better security updates and other improvements Marshmallow really needed. Nexus owners are perhaps the most thrilled about the new release, since they will be among the first users who will get the update.



With this new OS, you will be able to increase the security of a certain app if you want. This means that you can set a password and customize it as you wish. Notifications were also modified, the performance was boosted and the app installs were also improved. Moreover, it also offers you the possibility of splitting the screen.

Despite all the good things, there seem to be some odd things too. Since Google made available for testing an Android Nougat Developer Preview, there were many people who tested it on their devices. Some Nexus users reported that there were indeed some bugs and issues with the battery (it seemed to drain sometimes), the installation, along with bad quality speakers and lags. Apparently Google managed to solve (hopefully all) these issues before the final release.

Lots of smartphone brands will be compatible with the new OS, such as Huawei, Asus, Nvidia, Sony, HTC and many more. The first devices that will get the rollout though will be Nexus 9, Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, besides the Google Pixel C.

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