9 Cool Features Hidden in Android 7.0 Nougat
Android's latest upgrade isn't a revolutionary break from 6.0 Marshmallow, but it still comes packed with some helpful little surprises.
I have good news and bad. There's a new, candy-themed version of Android. Huzzah! But unless you have one of the latest Nexus devices (or the new LG V20 ), you'll probably have to wait some indeterminable amount of time to sink your teeth into Android 7.0 Nougat.
Here's a very specific kind of dumbness that my fellow Androidians may be able to relate to: On the desk in front of me sits a brand spanking new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and a three-year-old Asus Nexus 7 tablet. Nougat arrived on Aug. 22, but neither the S7 Edge nor the tablet from the Nexus family of devices that's supposed to get these updates pronto have received Android 7.0.
The Nougat rollout is already shaping up to be yet another frustratingly prolonged Android update. I love me some Android, but boy do these rollouts stand in stark contrast to the lightning-quick updates delivered en masse to our iOS brethren.
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