Most people have heard that Google has released a new operating software it has dubbed as Android 7.0 Nougat. And, if you want to have it, you probably need to attain the latest mobile device from a major manufacturer.
The firmware is already being offered on several new Nexus devices, and most manufacturers have begun offering or testing the Nougat platform on their devices. The following manufacturers will soon after the Nougat to their devices:
The OneM9, OneA9 and HTC10 is set to get the upgrade soon, as soon as they attain the software. The thought is that devices will see an upgrade before year’s end.
Huawei’s Mate 9 is thought to get the upgrade December 2016 and, in the next few months, the company’ older models – Mate 8, P8, P9 and others – are going to see the rollout.
LG’s newer devices are set to have the Nougat such as LG G4, G5 and V10.
If you own any of these manufacturer’s devices, you’ll be getting the upgrade to Nougat. If you don’t want to wait though and have money to purchase a new one, you can buy LG’s latest model – LG V20. It was recently launched and already comes installed with the Nougat.
The interesting part of that is it’s the only non-Nexus Android smartphone to have Nougat installed and functioning. It was already running Nougat before the Nexus devices were provided the software.
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