Android Nougat Update For LG, Huawei, Sony, And OnePlus

The Android Nougat is already slowly getting to people's smartphones. As of recently, a bunch of Android mobile phones have been reported to start getting the Nougat roll out. This should mean that the latest Android update will already spontaneously get to more smartphone models over the coming months.

Android Nougat For LG G5

LG G5 devices is already continuously getting the Nougat update. The rollout may have started in South Korea but now it has also hit units under T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon and US Cellular. The LG G5 Nougat download is 1.6 GB in size, GSM Arena reported.

Android Nougat For Huawei

Huawei has already unveiled which of its phones will be getting the Nougat update. However, the update rollout isn't expected to start until Q1 next year. Among the included Huawei units are the Huawei P9, Mate 8, P9 Plus, P9 lite, Nova Plus and Nova.

Android Nougat For Sony Xperia XZ

It was also said that the Sony Xperia XZ has also started receiving the Nougat update. However, not every country has been part of the initial rollout. Among the first wave receivers of the update are Australia, Turkey, Netherlands, and Russia.

Android Nougat For OnePlus 3

The Nougat update comes to the flagship killer device through the OxygenOS Open Beta 8. OnePlus has made the update available through that link. However, it is worth noting that if you have been using the beta update for the OnePlus 3, you will no longer receive the OTA update for your phone, so manual installation might be necessary.

So far, these are some of the latest news in the rollout of Android Nougat. Based on previous Android update distributions, expect that the latest flagship devices are bound to get the update first and the remainder of eligible mobile phones will just follow. There's a good chance that older smartphones can get its Nougat update as late as late next year. Nevertheless, it's important to wait for official announcements from smartphone companies for clearer expectations.

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