One of the most awaited things in the Android world is the smartphones' update, and the Android Nougat has been one of those. These past few days, people have been eagerly waiting for any news regarding the release of the said improvement. With this, the update has been rolled out to specific brands to date. However, it seems like few smartphones decided to delay the said release.
Android Nougat Started Rolling Out On Samsung's Smartphones, HTC Decided To Delay Update
According to International Business Times, users of the all-new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are already enjoying the update termed as the "Android Nougat." The Nougat is said to be available first in the U.S. while the others would have to wait for a bit as they would start receiving it in the following weeks.
Sources even reiterated that those who took part in joining the S7 Android Nougat Beta program would be the priorities in the update while those who do not, would have a chance to get a glimpse of how the Android Nougat works in the latter period.
Android Nougat would get 215MB of your phone's storage capacity and would come in two versions: G935FOXA1DPLT and G935FXXU1DPLT. The first version would focus primarily on consumers who have Qualcomm and Exynos processor on their smartphones.
The Android Nougat changelog for S7 shows the improved notifications, new TouchWiz UX, Quick settings button and multi-window feature.
Android Nougat: Here Are The Changes That Consumers Would Surely Want
On the other hand, it seems like everybody would be enjoying the update as reports told that there had been a series of improvements and enhancements made. One is the changelog that it would be offering the Samsung S7. Expect all-new notification features, TouchWiz UX, multi-window specs and the Quick settings button; once the update is received.
While Samsung users would have the Android Nougat real soon, HTC 10 users need to wait for a longer period of time as the company decided to delay the update. This is because of the errors met during the initial version spread last November. HTC, as per reports, is still on the verge of fixing the bugs.