Android 7.0 Nougat Release Date, News, Update: Samsung, Motorola, Huawei, Xiaomi To Experience Update Delay
Android 7.0 Nougat or the Android N, is the newest platform from Google for both of its phone and tablet. The giant tech company did not wait to introduce the Android N at the Google IO 2016 unlike other updates so as to give developers a chance to tinker with the update.
Nexus and other phone have already gotten the free update. The time of the release depends mainly on the device as well as the manufacturer. For LG smartphone, the first two to get the update could be the LG G5 and the LG V20. Also, Moto users are more likely to be the very first non-Nexus users to experience the Android Nougat in 2016 even beating the ones from LG, according to Mobile & Apps.
The rest of the fans, however, could expect delay that might take a few months after the initial release of the Android N to enjoy the latest operating system. These include Sony, HTC, Motorola, Samsung, Huawei, and Xiaomi users.
The Android Nougat boasts an array of major improvements, refinements, as well as usability. The multi-window support is undoubtedly one of its biggest features. It can even compete with the Apple's iOS and is likely to increase interest in both Android smartphones and tablets from enterprises.
Another most-awaited feature in Android has finally been made possible. The split screen mode, which is a feature that works in both portrait and landscape mode. It can be easily activated by just long-pressing an app overview.
Added to that, multiple notifications from the same app can now be bundled together. Users can also expand them or dismiss them, reports iTech Post. Quick switching is another great feature perfect for those who are into games and multitasking.
Just like the Chromebooks, the update can be downloaded in the background and also saved on a different system partition. Apart from the fantastic features of the new Android Nougat, it guarantees a much better Android experience as it smoothly speeds up the operating system.
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