As many people expected until now, Google is ready to roll out the seventh version of its OS, Android Nougat. The supported devices that are going to receive the update are Huawei Nexus 6P, LG Nexus 5X, HTC Nexus 9, Motorola Nexus 6, General Mobile 4G, Google Pixel C and Asus Nexus Player.
The beginning of the rolling out comes just more than a month since the company made available the first final developer preview for Android 7.0 Nougat. This was following the modified timeline Google released for this year.
As it seems, the company is planning to change some things, and as a consequence, no Nexus devices will be unveiled today. Of course, the roll out of Android 7.0 nougat will not take place instantly, but it will take a couple of weeks until everybody will gain access to it. This is why you shouldn’t panic if you don’t see any notification regarding the update in the near future. You will eventually receive the update automatically, or if not, you will be able to launch it manually from the Settings menu at some point.
Moreover, devices that have the Developer Preview installed will also receive the final version of the OS.
Android 7.0 Nougat is definitely bringing lots of new stuff on the table. With it you can now set several languages and locales, a quicker way to switch to the previous app through a double tap on the multitasking button, multi-window function, 72 completely new emoji, a much-awaited VR mode, Doze on the Go for making battery life longer, a Vulkan graphics API, Quick Settings which you can customize, an incorporated mobile data saver, direct reply from the notifications screen, bundles of notifications, file-based encryption and many, many more. With all these new features, no wonder it is expected to be a success and many people are anxious to test the new OS.