Android Nougat comes on more and more smartphones: The update on Android 7 has already started at Lenovo and Sony since December, now comes soon the software update for the Samsung Galaxy S6. Continue!
In the fall of 2016, Google released the Android 7.0 Nougat, finally, for sweet software supply – at least for selected smartphones and tablets.
The owners of Google’s Nexus devices (pixels and pixels XL, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and the tablets C and Nexus 9) were able to take advantage of the update. The rest? He had to wait for an unusually long time this time, can still turn thumbs or can give up the hopes for the sweetness.
Whether your mobile favorite makes the jump to the next software generation, you will find in the following photo-stretch. ANDROID NEWS HEADS has created a complete list of devices for which an update has been made or is coming.
Overview: Current status at Samsung, HTC & Co.
Good news for owners of Samsung devices: As the manufacturer announced in a press release, the update is now officially out – first for the smartphones Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
When the update comes, depends on whether you bought the phone directly from Samsung or via a provider. For the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Plus, the update is to follow promptly. Owners of Lenovo’s Moto smartphones access Android N since December 2016.
HTC users can finally look forward to: The models HTC 10, HTC One A9 and HTC One M9 have received an update on the latest Android. LG is also following: On its website, the manufacturer announces the update on Android 7. Prima: Huawei releases nougat for the P9 Plus and P9.
Also, Mate-8 owners can download the update. You can see which devices of Sony, LG, Google and Lenovo Android Nougat you see in the above picture gallery.
Summary: What brings Android nougat?
With Android 7.0 Nougat, Google gives the smartphone sizes such as Samsung, Huawei, and Sony a good software foundation – which then gets its own user interface and therefore requires the user to wait.
But it’s worth it: the workflow is faster and the revised animations bring freshness into the familiar smartphone every day. Otherwise, not much has changed. The look is quite similar to the predecessor Marshmallow, functions such as the split-screen view and the night mode offer a value, but have been in the competition for a long time.