There have been many folks who’ve waited patiently for the release of the Android 7.0 Nougat, which is supposedly even better than the Marshmallow 6.0 and Lollipop 5.0. This current update offers an array of features, one of which is a longer battery life because of how it uses the device’s resources.
It allegedly brings more security updates and improvements Marshmallow should have had. Nexus owners are going to be thrilled to learn they’re the ones getting the update first.
With Nougat, users can increase the security of apps they like, which includes creating a password and modifying it how they want.
Other notable things include modifications made to notifications, a boost in performance and improvement in app installs. Users also have the option to split the screen.
Although there are a lot of good things, there are some odd ones as well. Google made the Android Nougat Developer Preview available for testing, which allowed people to test it on their device. According to some Nexus users, there were several bugs and problems with the battery, installation, lags and bad speakers. Google addressed those issues, managing to solve hopefully all of them.
Many smartphone brands are going to be compatible with Nougat including but not limited to:
The Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P and Nexus 9, along with the Google Pixel C, will get the Nougat software first.
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