The other day Google I/O 2016 (the annual Google Developers conference) started, and with it comes a lot of news about Google’s Android N build, which is now available to install on some Nexus devices as a much more stable version of the widely spread mobile platform. But don’t get too excited yet, as you’ll most certainly discover a bug or two, here and there, once installed on a Nexus device.
On this note, the first mobile maker to announce an upgrade to Android 7.0 (build N) is HTC. The company broke the news earlier this morning via its official social media channels (Twitter, Facebook,etc). Among the first devices to receive the update later this fall and after Google makes the build available to smartphone manufacturers, are the 2016 flagship smartphone, the HTC 10, HTC One A9 and the 2015 flagship smartphone, the HTC One M9.
Here is the keynote part about what is new at this point in Android N build!