While some headsets from different carriers are still awaiting their Android Marshmallow update, HTC has just revealed the that latest Android OS know as Nougat 7.0 will be implemented into the HTC 10, One A9 and One M9.
Google announced the latest OS at the I/O 2016 event that was held in May. That was also the movement when all of the rumors regarding what sweet the OS will be named after stopped, when Google revealed that it will be Nougat. Some users suggested that it should have been Nutella, but it appears that Google decided to go for a non brand name.
Soon after this announcement, HTC revealed that it will upgrade the One A9, One M9 and HTC 10 headsets to the Android 7.0 Nougat, but it made no mention on the actual date for this event.
However, if you happen to own any of these devices, keep in mind that the upgrade release depends on how fast the carrier can implement it as well. Some of the carriers are behind with upgrading to the OS before Android 7.0 Nougat so it may take a while.
In order to counteract this, Google is rumored to be pressuring carriers to bring the update as soon as possible to the headsets. It’s also believed that Google might be releasing a report regarding this issue and the delay in implementing OSs specific to each carrier, which would be a good thing because it would help people choose carriers based on this particular aspect.
The brand new Android 7.0 Nougat features many awesome functions such as many enhancements, a Doze battery saving feature that can detect when the display is off or if a user is walking and a split screen mode with a multi-window function that enables users to split in half and run two apps side by side.
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