Android 7.0 Nougat Update Takes a Step Further than Its Predecessors

by | Samsung Galaxy S7 | December 10th, 2016

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Google has recently updated its Android 7.0 Nougat. But the important question here is, is it truly better than its previous version? Google has made many changes as well as added new features in this new version. With plenty changes made, not all can be viewed. Many changes are not made for public viewing, but they are crucial for the long run.

Android Nougat Update

After many months of trying to carve out a beautiful product which would appeal to a wide range of customers, Google has decided to release it in the market.

The upgraded version is a good one but is useful for people who have current Nexus devices such as Nexus 6, 5X, 6P, Pixel C etc. Basically, it would be made universally usable after some time. Released on the 22nd of August, it has several exciting as well as impressive features. The new version has also made some changes in the previous designs.

Android Nougat 7 Update

But still, it does not drift away drastically from the previous version which was Marshmallow. Adding some impressive features like improved multitasking, this is a really useful thing for tablets. The other changes are minor ones, but the biggest one is the improvement in both speed and security.

While announcing this version, Google has mentioned that it is very exciting. They would be releasing Android 7.0 Maintenance Releases (MR) builds, which is same as Android N Beta. Users can test the upcoming version before its public release.

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So it is pretty much the same unless someone has a Nexus device and it could take quite a long time for other users to avail this feature. But even then, it is quite exciting for its MR releases, which is a very impressive move by Google to draw more customers towards their new product.

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