Announced in early February 2016, Android N build became Android 7.0 Nougat in June, after people voted for Nougat as the designated desert name for the new iteration of worlds most widely spread mobile operating system today. Google celebrated the announcement with the unveiling of a new statue, in front of Building 44, in California.
This week, Google announced that the official rollout of Android Nougat starts with some of its Nexus devices: Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Pixel C, the Nexus Player and General Mobile 4G (Android One). Any devices enrolled in the Android Beta Program will also receive this upgrade to the final version of Android 7.0 Nougat.
There are over 250 major features included in this final build, and Google has highlighted some of the most exciting ones in a blog post. That if you want to learn more about the update and its new features.
As good as this news is, for some Nexus owners, this is bad news for others. Users who own any of the Nexus 7 tablet models, Nexus 5, Nexus 4 or Galaxy Nexus smartphones, they are not included in this update. Outside Nexus program, the first smartphone to arrive with Android 7 is LG Electronics upcoming LG V20.
But anyways, if any of the eligible devices get the update, we would like to hear from you about how the update is treating your device. Is it running smoothly, or do you have any problems with it? Please let us know in the comments below.