Google has released the latest Android OS version, Nougat, in August 2016. The new operating system comes with many new features and we’re pretty sure that anyone who has an Android device wonders if the latest version of the OS will be also released for their device.
The Android Nougat allows you to switch between applications by just double tapping on the application, but also to run two applications side by side. In other words, you will be able to watch a movie, but, at the same time, chat with a friend of yours on WhatsApp or Facebook. Vulkan API on Android Nougat comes with high-performance 3D graphics. The Virtual Reality (VR) allows you to see locations in 360 degree, which is surely one of the features that will change our world in the next years. And, thanks to Doze on the Go mode, you will be able to save power on your device even when you’re on the move.
With all these new features, there is no doubt that many users want to upgrade their devices to the Android 7.0 Nougat. It is good to know that most of the devices that were running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow a few months ago have already been updated to Android 7.0 Nougat, but there are still some devices that are about to be updated to the new operating system sometime soon.
We’ve already seen some Geekbench performance results of the OnePlus X, OnePlus One, OnePlus 2 and OnePlus 3 running on Android Nougat. In fact, OnePlus 3, the latest OnePlus handset, has obtained a score of 1747 when running on Nougat 7.1. We have to mention that the score is for the single core test, and in the multi-core test, it had a score of 4007.
The Android Nougat is expected to be officially released for the OnePlus X, OnePlus One, OnePlus 2 and OnePlus 3 sometime in the next few weeks.
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