Samsung has finished the Galaxy Beta Program back in December 2016, and now, the Android Nougat update is expected to be released for all owners of the Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge handsets sometime soon. At the same time, the owners of the HTC 10 (T-Mobile variant) and Nexus 6 can already install the Android Nougat on their devices, but we will tell you more about this later in this article.
According to SamMobile, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge should get the Android 7.1.1 OS as the Android 7.0 comes with bugs and issues that are fixed by the latest version of Nougat. In addition, the Android 7.1.1 comes with improved touch performance, new emojis, Google’s new GIF keyboard, Daydream VR support and more.
Android Nougat Released For HTC 10 (T-Mobile variant)
Most of the Android devices have started to receive the latest Android OS. For example, T-Mobile has already released the Android Nougat update for the HTC 10 device. The firmware has 1.22GB in size and it comes with the ROM version 2.37.531.5. The update is being released over-the-air, which means that some of you might receive it sooner, while other could get it a few days later.
Android Nougat Available For Nexus 6
Nexus 6 is another smartphone is now able to run on Android Nougat. The device was not included in Google’s initial rollout of the firmware because of a “last-minute” bug that the developers had to fix. The bug was solved and Google has finally decided release the Android Nougat 7.1.1 for the Nexus 6 handset.
The Android version that has been released for Nexus 6 has included the January security patches that have been released recently. Keep in mind that it might take a while before every Nexus 6 owner will get the Android Nougat 7.1.1 on his device. We suggest you to manually check for updates from time to time and maybe you are lucky enough to get it faster than others.
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