Currently, ZTE is inviting all the owners of the Axon 7 Mini in the US to try out the preview update of Android 7.1.1 Nougat for their devices. This is their way of asking Axon 7 users to further test the new build program before its official and public rollout. To those who own the Axon 7 Mini smartphone, they can go ahead and fill out the participation form from the ZTE's page.
This new roll out will allow all Axon 7 Mini users to test out the latest features brought by Google Android 7.1.1 Nougat. According to Android Headlines, ZTE is asking customers to try the program and provide feedbacks afterward. With this, ZTE can check the performance, stability, as well as the usability of the Axon 7 Mini running Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
Registrations are only allowed on ZTE’s forums, therefore, those owners who haven’t signed up for an account yet are expected to do so. The Chinese multinational telecommunications company will contact those selected users to take part in this new preview program. ZTE also noted that all participants will need to anticipate a few rules including strictly following the firm's Non-Disclosure Agreement. Aside from that completing all the assigned assignments and surveys on time, as well as providing detailed bug reports, are all expected by the selected users.
More than three months have passed after the ZTE Axon 7 received a program update to Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Today, it's the Mini version's turn to try out the Android 7.1.1 Nougat. ZTE confirms that the update for the Axon 7 Mini will throw in aid for Wi-Fi calling even if the phone is using T-Mobile's network. This is just an addition to other features that Nougat offers, which includes split-screen app support and renewed notifications.
As reported by Android Authority, ZTE previously began a beta test of Android 7.1.1 Nougat for a limited number of Axon 7 Mini owners last month. It is highly recommended that the Axon 7 Mini smartphone should have at least a 30 percent charge of battery before downloading the Android Nougat update. Go to phone’s Settings menu then tap on System Update page to start the update download.