Google Android Nougat 7.0 started rolling out: Which Nexus device will taste the Android Nougat first?

At Last, the Android 7.0 Nougat OS version has finally hatched
out from the beta to Stable Version and now it has been started rolling out to the
Nexus devices near you. Search giant Google announced the same on its official
blog post.

Google’s next big Android update is here. Now Android 7.0
has finally landed in its final form, that too slightly ahead of schedule. The
Android Nougat update will roll out to supported Nexus devices from today
What’s new in Android
7.0 Nougat?

Performance – New
JIT compiler for faster updates, VR mode, and Vulkan API support.
Battery & data – It’s
said to have battery management and new data saver for restricting data
usage for background apps.
Special feature – Split-screen
mode, picture-in-picture, and double tap to quickly switch.
Notifications – Bundled
notifications, direct reply, and notification controls.
System usability
improvements –
Customizable quick settings, redesigned quick settings
bar, redesigned Settings, emergency information, and lockscreen wallpaper.
Privacy and security
New direct boot, seamless software updates (for new devices), file-based
encryption, and scoped folder access.
Accessibility – Accessibility
settings are now part of the setup, customizable display size, accessibility
mono output, and variable text to speech speed.
Which Nexus devices will
taste the Android Nougat First?

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    Nexus 6P,
  • ·       
    Nexus 5X,
  • ·       
    Nexus 6,
  • ·       
    Nexus 9,
  • ·       
    Nexus Player,
  • ·       
    Pixel C
  • ·       
    General Mobile 4G (Android One).
  • ·       
    LG V20

Surprised, Google also adds that the LG V20 will be the
first non-Google smartphone to come with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.

Google will be pushing the OTA to Nexus devices over the
air, so keep an eye out for an update notification in your status bar. If you
want to check manually, just go to Settings > About Phone >
System updates > Check for updates. I
f you’re even more impatient, keep
an eye on Google’s factory
image page
 as well as the new OTA

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