According to insiders at Google, the company may release the Nougat 7.0 operating system for Android mobile users slightly earlier than the previously announced time schedule.
What’s more interesting is the fact that the said OS is supposed to be released in full-fledged form i.e. no betas or alpha versions primarily intended to get user feedback. A reliable technology news leaker; Evan Blass stated that the Nougat 7.0 software is part of an 8/5 security patch that had been under development for a long time now.
As usual, the company’s flagship device; Nexus 5X and Nexus 6 will receive this update first. Later on, other smartphone carriers will schedule it for periodic rollouts according to their own time table.
If you are aching to get your hands on Nougat OS 7.0 within the month of August, you are supposed to have the Nexus 5X or latter edition smartphone; there is a slim possibility if the owners of the Nexus 5 mobiles will be able to experience the operating system’s tweaks and features at all.
Since this is the latest version in the OS lineup, it is normally expected that older Android smartphone may not be capable of handling it. Therefore, the supported device list will be relatively current in terms of compatibility.