(Update: First Nougat update rolls out!) Android 7.0 Nougat update: when will you get it?

by: Kris CarlonOctober 19, 2016

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Update, October 21: The Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus have become the first phones to get the update to Android 7.0 Nougat (after Nexuses). Meanwhile, on October 19, the developer preview of Android 7.1 was released for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Pixel C.

By getting the first developer preview out earlier this year (on March 9), Google gave itself a couple of months head start on getting all of the necessary fine-tuning and bug squashing done with plenty of time to spare. But it also gave app developers and manufacturers an even earlier look at what to expect from Android 7.0 Nougat and additional time to get the update ball rolling.

When Android 7.0 landed in its final form on August 22, it was actually slightly ahead of schedule. That just leaves us with the question: when will Nougat hit our devices? The answer to this will vary wildly depending on the OEM in question, with the current-gen Nexus devices getting it first and Pixel phones coming out of the box running Android 7.1.

Latest Android 7.0 news

The Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus have become the first non-Nexus devices to officially receive the Android 7.0 update from a previous Android version. Lenovo posted the release notes on its Indian customer service portal following a soak test in Brazil in the days prior.

The first developer preview of Android 7.1 Nougat also now available for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Pixel C, after being teased on the Android Developer’s blog in early October. At the same time as the over-the-air (OTA) update began rolling out, the Android 7.1 factory images also went live on the Android Developers blog:

If you’ve never flashed a factory image, you can follow our guide here.

While the new Google Pixel phones will run Android 7.1 out of the box – along with several Pixel-only features – Android 7.1 will be coming to supported devices in its final version in “early December”.

The phones getting the Android 7.1 update at that time include the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C and supported Android One devices. The Android 7.1 developer preview will begin rolling out by the end of October.

Android 7.0 Nougat formally arrived on August 22nd. The most recent version didn’t bring anything notably different from the previous beta, although a ton of bugs were squashed in order to bring the most stable experience possible.

Besides the visible stuff though, Google previously teased several tidbits of information about the Android 7.0 Nougat update during Google I/O. For starters, Android 7.0 introduces seamless updates so future Android updates happen silently in the background via A/B partition switching.

Be sure to check out our Android 7.0 review to get a better idea of what’s new in Nougat:

Nougat is here, though getting it to all devices is a whole other story.See also: Android 7.0 Nougat: all the features you need to know360


Android 7.0 Nougat update: when will I get it?

The first supported Nexus devices enrolled in the beta program got the first developer preview of Android 7.1 on October 19, with the final release rolling out in early December. As always, the beta program is the easiest method for getting the latest and greatest Android version as quickly as possible via OTA, but you can also flash the factory images if you’re not in the beta program (see links above).

On August 22nd, Android 7.0 OTAs began for the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C and General Mobile 4G (Android One). The Nexus 5 did not join in on the fun, though that’s of little surprise considering Google’s usual device update support patterns. The factory images can be found here.

Android 7.0 update: when will I get it?

Samsung Android 7.0 update

Samsung isn’t exactly speedy when it comes to rolling out Android updates, and we sadly don’t expect that to change significantly with the Samsung Android 7.0 update. Samsung had confirmed Nougat for the Galaxy Note 7 “in 2-3 months” until the device suffered fires and was discontinued. With any luck that target will now apply to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge instead.

For reference, there was a five-month timeframe between the Android 6.0 launch on September 29, 2015 and the first U.S. update to Marshmallow with the Verizon Galaxy Note 5 on March 3, 2016. Using that as a benchmark, Galaxy owners could easily be waiting until the end of January or early February 2017 for the first Samsung Android 7.0 update.

With the Note 7 recall ongoing, we can’t say if Samsung might try to get Nougat out for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge before the end of the year with the Note 5, S6, S6 Edge and S6 Edge+ after them. With any luck, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Edge will both arrive in early 2017 running Android 7.0 or even Android 7.1 out of the box.

Best case scenario: Five months after Android 7.0 launch (January/February 2017)

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LG Android 7.0 update

LG has been pretty good with its update speed for Marshmallow, with less than two months separating the release of Android 6.0 and the first LG handset to receive it (the Sprint LG G4 on December 21, 2015).

In fact, LG was the first OEM to get a carrier-based Marshmallow update out after Google. The LG V10 eventually got the update internationally in early March 2016, after the LG G3 and LG G Stylo already had Marshmallow in the U.S..

Of course, the LG V20 had the honor of being the first phone to arrive with Android 7.0 out of the box, beating even the Nexus range to the punch (much to the irritation of Nexus owners everywhere).

If LG’s past update performance is anything to go by, the first LG Android 7.0 update could well be to the LG G5 in November 2016. LG announced a Nougat beta program for the G5 back in mid-August. If the V10 sees similar treatment to last year though, it might not get the Nougat update until mid-February 2017.

Best case scenario: Two months after Android 7.0 release (November 2016)

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Sony Android 7.0 update

This year, certain Sony Xperia owners were treated to an Android N preview build just as they were last year with Android M. However, for those of you not interested in installing a non-final developer version, the Sony Android 7.0 update could arrive as early as October, according to leaked Sony update roadmap (take it with a pinch of salt though).

According to the roadmap, the Xperia X Performance and Xperia XZ will get the first Sony Nougat update in October, with the Xperia X and X Compact next up in November. December should see the Z5 series, Z3+ and Z4 Tablet getting Nougat and the Xperia XA and Ultra are listed for a January update.

We can’t vouch for the authenticity of the roadmap, but if we look at Sony’s efforts with Marshmallow last year, our predictions would be much less optimistic. Based on the Xperia Z5 series, Z4 Tablet and Xperia Z3+ all getting the Marshmallow update five months after Google first pushed it out, we wouldn’t expect any Xperias to see Nougat until mid-January 2017, around the same time as the first Galaxy devices. So yeah, let’s just hope Sony is aiming to up its game with the Nougat rollout.

Best case scenario: Two months after Android 7.0 release (October 2016), plus Android N developer previews

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Motorola Android 7.0 update

Update, October 21: Motorola met our expectations by updating both the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus right on schedule. Both devices began receiving the Android 7.0 Nougat update on October 21, starting in India, becoming the first non-Nexus phones to receive the update. Motorola took just 60 days to get Nougat out for its first devices.

Moto owners will likely still get the Motorola Android 7.0 update a lot earlier than most, despite now being owned by Lenovo rather than Google. The Moto X Pure Edition got its first U.S. update to Marshmallow on December 7, 2015, but that was the unlocked version not slowed down by the addition of carrier bloatware and other “optimizations”.

With this in mind, Moto owners could be the first non-Nexus owners to see Android 7.0 in 2016 (not including V20 and Pixel owners), even beating out the LG G5. However, we’re yet to see how a Lenovo-owned Motorola handles software updates. At the very least we know the new near-stock Moto devices will receive both the Android N and Android O releases.

Lenovo did come out and confirm that the Moto Z and Moto G4 families would be getting the Nougat update in Q4, 2016, with a later addition of more devices to the confirmed list although dates for those updates weren’t forthcoming.

Best case scenario: A little over a month after Android 7.0 arrives (October 2016) – CONFIRMED

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HTC Android 7.0 update

HTC also did pretty well with its first update to Marshmallow. The unlocked Developer Edition HTC One M9 and all variants of the HTC One A9 got the Marshmallow update in December 2015. The HTC 10 arrived in April running Android Marshmallow out of the box.

If HTC follows the same path this year, the first HTC Android 7.0 update should roll out to existing devices less than two months after Android 7.0 is made official. HTC’s next flagship, presumably the HTC 11, should arrive with Android 7.0 at launch. HTC has already confirmed several devices (10, M9, A9) on the update train and T-Mobile has the HTC 10 and HTC One M9 on its own update list.

Best case scenario: Two months after Android 7.0 unveiling (October 2016)

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Huawei Android 7.0 update

Not including the Nexus 6P, the first Huawei device to get Android Marshmallow was not even an update, but straight out of the box. The Huawei Mate 8 arrived with Marshmallow on board in November, just weeks after Google had made the update available for Nexus devices.

We expect the same to be true of the upcoming Huawei Mate 9, due to be announced on November 3. Meanwhile, a beta preview of Nougat for the Huawei P9 appeared as far back as July, a whole month before Google officially released it for Nexus devices. Update news for the P9 has been suspiciously quiet ever since though, even if the P9 series along with Nova are likely to be the first Huawei phones to get updated.

As far as honor devices are concerned, last year, the honor 7 Enhanced Edition arrived on December 14, 2015 with Android Marshmallow on board and the honor 5X and honor 7 followed with the Marshmallow update at the end of February.

Best case scenario: Mate 9 running Android 7.0 at launch (November 2016), honor updates in January 2017


Xiaomi Android 7.0 update

Xiaomi had a pretty bad case of the hiccups when it came to the Marshmallow update, so it may not be entirely representative to base assumptions about the Xiaomi Android 7.0 update based on its most recent update performance. Despite announcing Marshmallow was in the final stages of testing back in December 2015, it wasn’t until early April that the Mi 4, Mi 3 and Mi Note finally got Android 6.0.

In the worst case scenario, Xiaomi suffers similar problems with Android 7.0 and users won’t see it until six months after Google releases it. In the best case scenario, Xiaomi meets its timeline and has the update out in October or November 2016. In the worst case scenario…well, let’s not even go there.

Best case scenario: Two or three months after Google (October/November 2016)

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Android One Android 7.0 update

Android One devices occupy a particular sweet spot when it comes to Android updates. Because they run stock Android, Google handles firmware updates, meaning the Android One Android 7.0 update will always arrive at the same time as it does for Nexus devices with both OTA and flashable factory image options.

OTAs will likely take at least a few weeks or more to reach all Android One devices getting the upgrade, and as always, the factory images will be right around the corner. Note that not all Android One devices make the initial rollout alongside Nexus devices though.

When do you expect your manufacturer and carrier to get Android 7.0 into your hands?

  • What ab’t Android 6.1 update?

    • Iwanova

      “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it.”

  • Ádám Blazevic

    Are you convinced that it will be 7.0? I’m pretty excited because in this first preview we got many new features and it’s a pretty solid update for an alpha release. My main question is the app drawer, will it stay or won’t? Either way I’m excited.

  • D13H4RD2L1V3

    There’s a typo on the LG section.

    At the end, it should say “LG G4”, not “LG G3”, unless LG has abandoned the G4, which is actually impossible unless they want to watch the world burn.

  • Roberto

    If last year is any indication, then Motorola will promise a “quick update timeline”, while you painfully wait more than Samsung users to get yours.
    Switched to Nexus. Never looked back.

    • Vinicius Lima Silva

      well, this depends on the device. My moto X 2014 didn’t have to wait too much

      • Roberto

        You are right, but my so called flagship phone (I had the Droid Turbo) did not get it until waaaaay after others.

        • Vinicius Lima Silva

          I know :(
          I had a friend that had to wait too. If it hasn’t Moto in its name, they don’t show any passion for the device :(

    • Hunter Miller

      Motorola was quicker then Samsung when it came to updating to 6.0.

      • Roberto

        As Vinicius rightly states: It depends on the device. My Droid Turbo had to wait its fair share of time, while the Moto X updated before the Samsung phones.

      • M42

        Anybody’s faster than Samscum.

        • Shaunak Basu

          Not really, they are better than LG. Had an Optimus G4 Plus and took an year to update KK and no L, so forget about M. That was my first and last LG device. IMHO OGP (E988) is good enough to run M…

        • bladenr1


        • Do I remind you of Sony? They’re even still doing beta something something for Android 6.

        • May Czos

          Huawei is much slower.

        • TessellatedGuy

          *Calls Samsung scum while they make the best phones in the world right now*

          • MC

            They use to make the best phones. LG and Motorolas beat them

          • dazed1


          • MC

            My turbo 2 does laps around the s7

          • dazed1

            Around the 820 version maybe. And speed is not the only metric, it looses in anything else.

          • kazper333

            Please send me the link proving Moto and LG beat Samsung in making better devices… All pro reviewers on YouTube have given the S7 Edge the best smart phone award… But wait the king of phablets have returned so the Best Smartphone of The Year Award goes to….
            Galaxy Note 7…

          • MC

            I don’t need to provide a link. This is hands on testing not some article telling me. I have a dt2, lg g3 and my wife has a s7. I am also no average user. All my devices are rooted with custom Roms.

          • Hunter Miller

            The note 7 is good but I think the v20 has a chance of beating it. We’ll have wait until September 6th to see

          • eric noack

            Really? Are your pants on fire yet?

          • Liam Joseph Mania

            When your S7 Edge beats my TWO YEAR old MOTOROLA nexus 6 being overclocked @ 3.1GHz while still having 10 hours of SoT then we’ll talk.

            Til then, I will just lol at samsung users as if they were apple users.


          • Thi Ha

            No heating issue? Just curious.

          • Mr.Lynch

            you mean the king of exploding phablets. which is btw is the slowest snapdragon 820 device out there right now. And its app launch times are even slower than the nexus 6p which rocks that boiling hot snapdragon 810.

          • 2kool4skool

            Lg barely sell any of their G5. And lenovorola has not been relevant since the acquisition. So I’m not sure what kind of beating you mean in your comment.

          • Soham Duos Basu

            Samsung is the only smartphone company that can spoil a good device with bad engineering.

          • Grant Ding

            Specs. Are you still caught up on specs? because you literally used samsung as an example of how 4gb of ram, which used to seem OP, can go to waste. The moto z play has impressive battery life, but the Mods are really gimmicky. Why would I pay 300 dollars for a crappy projector when a $25 chromecast and a monitor can do the job way better. How often do you happen to have a uniform white surface to project things onto? The speaker and battery cases are a good idea, but the fact that they add as much bulk as any other speaker or charging pack does makes them more of a modernist approach to the exact same things that people have been doing for years…

          • Benayahu

            LG FTW

          • Grant Ding

            Because the G5 was SUCH a success. I am impressed by the V34 isai beat, but that Japan-exclusive so they’re losing out of huge consumer bases in China and the US.

          • Grant Ding

            That’s incredibly subjective and depends on what you want out of a phone. If you want a phone that can survive a few drops but not water then sure go with the v20. If you want mods then the Moto Z’s are great. If you want water resistance, an all around great camera experience, and a constant reminder of what your fingerprints look like then you pick samsng.

          • David Arnold

            Samsung does make the best phones BUT they are real bad at updates and bloatware. Deal breaker for me. If only I could buy a Samsung Nexus style phone I would spend anything for that!!!

          • It’s samsung google now .

          • yay

            What you are looking for is long gone. Remember the “Google Play Edition” Galaxy S4? That’s exactly what you want but with a newer phone, S7.

          • theNdroid

            A google play Galaxy S7 google play edition would be the best device in the world right now. Samsung would destroy the Google Pixel with that device. However, I don’t think their licensing agreements would allow that.

          • NavyVeteran

            I hate Crapple, but the Note 7 isn’t faster than last years iphoneys..

          • Ayman

            what about the exynos verison+

          • 12 megapixel camera in s7 while s4 had 13 megapixel . samscum is an appropiate word for calling . They’re losing their position in the emerging market . Motorola . lg , nexus never shows much ad about their products in tv than samsung . Why ? Because moto lg nexus knows people will come looking for them . They aren’t losing . Samscum does .

          • kragom

            Don’t change your career to photography! :D

          • When it comes to buy $670 device ; yes it does . I have to change my views as photographer then . Even htc one m8 ( not to mention , older than samscum galaxy s7 ) has 13mp dual rear camera . So much unexpected from samscum . They should first learn about user expectations rather than following their own focus groups blabbering .

          • Sharath Satish

            What is wrong with you?? xD
            More megapixels doesn’t really mean a better camera!! Have you even compared the photos taken from an s4 and an s7??!! Yeah.. S4’s camera is good. But it’s nothing compared to the s7’s camera.

          • Ayman

            megapixel is not evrything

          • Thejas KE

            Yes ,13 MP, f/2.2, 31mm is greater than 12 MP, f/1.7, 26mm with dual pixel feature.Whic era are you living?

          • Ayman

            megapixels is not evrything. it has faster autofocus, it is better in low light.

          • ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe is the best phone on the market. I’ll take 6GB of ram and 256GB of internal storage over anything else. I previously owned the ZenFone 2 Special Edition with 128 GB of storage. Plus, once you go factory unlocked, you never go back.

          • Thejas KE

            Ever heard about one plus 3

          • Yes, but it doesn’t have many of the same features as the Zenfone. For example: no SD card slot (a big deal in my books), supports far less frequency bands, uses AMOLED instead of IPS (again, another personal preference), and maxes out at 64GB of internal storage. On top of it all, I like the overall asthetics of the Zenfone series better than most other phones.

          • Joshua

            I had a Galaxy S4 that suffered from a crippling hardware defect a year-and-a-half after first purchasing it. It’s a known issue, and Samsung should frankly face a class action lawsuit for it. That aside, the phone was filled with bloatware that I did not need or want. Every time I turned on my car, it would connect to the stock music app and play music, even though I didn’t use the app. I just had no way of disabling it. I was also totally unable to place or receive calls over my car’s bluetooth. Then, there was the fact that though not Samsung’s fault, T-Mobile refused to update the phone to Marshmallow.

            I got an unlocked G4 Plus for half the price recently. It’s a pleasure to use. I can actually see the screen outside in sunlight. The battery lasts forever. The camera is far superior to the Galaxy S4. I can actually place and receive calls on my car’s bluetooth. I don’t have any bloatware. Everything is FAST! And that’s a primary difference I noticed when I put Cyanogenmod on my Galaxy S4 as a curiosity. The S4 actually has potential to be extremely responsive and speedy; it’s just crippled by Samsung’s crap.

            After my S4 suffered that hardware defect, I knew I would never buy another Samsung phone again. After seeing what using a near-stock OS does for a phone, it only reaffirmed my decision.

          • Chris

            Your S4 not playing music over your cars bluetooth is not a device issue, but a headunit issue. My S4 played music over my bluetooth stereo just fine, but mine was aftermarket and made to do music and calling.

          • Joshua

            You misunderstand. It wasn’t that my S4 didn’t play music over Bluetooth. It’s that every time I started my car, the default music player would open and start playing, even though I didn’t use the default music app, and used a 3rd party one. It drove me crazy, and there was no way to disable the default app, so every time I started my car, it would open and play. My G4 doesn’t have that issue. It simply resumes playing whatever I was previously listening to before turning on the car.

          • Chris

            Ahh I had no issues with my S4 making and receiving calls or doing music over bluetooth. I remember the stock app starting up but I disabled the app entirely and went about using power amp…been a few years though now

          • Really How? Make phones with useless side/edge screens & charge extra $100 or $200 for unstable software shit which they may not even update after 364 days while motorola is spinning out update & update for almost 4 years now. Oh yeah certainly enjoy your best phones!

          • but with the worst android software! ;) and software is the most important thing (providing that you have a decent hardware to run it) in determining user experience. I believe that the success of Samsung which, unfortunately, is often identified with android iteslf, is the only reason why so many people stick to the iphone.

          • ikaros02

            But muh Note 7

          • nationalist

            Market share of shamesung is dipping. Chinese companies are providing quality phones these days with much more features at cheaper price than shamesung. Plus owners have to wait for months to update expensive shitty shamesungs which is even more annoying considering many Chinese phones come with latest version of android out of the box. Wake up shamesung, else ul be gone in a year or 2 specially in emerging markets

      • graham wells

        I had the motor x play and I thought it was a really good bit of kit to

        • Shaunak Basu

          Moyor X? ? turn off auto correct ?

          • graham wells


          • dvdlgh

            Well played.

        • motor x ??? Please check if you forgot to turn off auto correct 😁

      • Rafael Rivero

        Who cares anyways, even Touchwiz Jellybean already had some features of Android N like multiwindow. Touchwiz is always many steps ahead, there’s no need for a rush for samsung phones.

        • Sk0ly

          Ya that isn’t exactly accurate. Multi window in touchwhiz is not the same as multi window in android where apps are all built with compatibility in mind. It’s why Samsung tends to abandon their own implementations when they are launched officially.

          Look how much better Nexus imprint works than Samsung’s fingerprint sensors. It also comes with a ton of third party app support.

      • Dan McDonnell

        The Moto x pure is a great phone!

      • graham wells

        Much quicker

    • graham wells

      I find the quality of build of the nexus just isn’t anything like my galaxy s7edge what nexus would you recommend as a good back up phone would really like to try one

      • Eric Dodson

        I went from a Galaxy Note II, to a Nexus 6, and I love it. I’m not a huge fan of the over saturated samsung look after Android 5.0 releases. I love the minimalistic look and feel of stock Android. It’s worth trying at least the Nexus 6, it’s the best phone I’ve ever used.

        • Ethan

          You moved from an old plastic covered samsung phone! Of corse you will love the 6p after that. You should try the s7/s7 edge and you might change your mind.

        • dvdlgh

          I’ve an N6 and the build quality is excellent. Straight Android is the way to go. There are so many launchers, etc in the PlayStore that I can use to customize the 6. I want to pick and choose for myself and I don’t want bloatware weighing my phone down.

          • NavyVeteran

            I’ve had my N6 for over a year and a half.. Still works like a charm. Running the latest Beta of 7.. Hoping to get the finished version soon. I like the larger size of the phone. 5.5″ is a tad too small for me.

      • Ethan

        I’ve noticed that with my s7 as well. I would get the nexus 6p, I have never had one but I have heard great things about it. If I were going to get a Google phone I would go with the 6p.

      • LiquidAlloy

        I came from Samsung devices to the Nexus 6P and I will never use another device other than the Nexus phones. There is many reasons why it is better.
        No carrier and manufacturer bloatware for one reason is tremendous.
        The OS updates are first before anyone else.
        Cheaper in price (hundreds)
        The quality of the Nexus 6P is great.
        Camera is incredible and opens very fast.
        I know the S7 is a great device but is it truly worth over $200 more? my opinion is no. If you’re a geek like me, The Nexus Root Toolkit is so easy to use for unlocking the bootloader, rooting, flashing ROMS, updating the OS with or WITHOUT wipe options AND the phone is completely unlocked for use in any country.

        • Dan McDonnell

          The moto x pure has awesome features. A charger is needed for extended periods of use but it has a quick charge feature. Charges to 100% in 45 min.

        • graham wells

          I am definitely getting one to try I will give you my opinion in a month or two thanks for the suggestion

        • Sk0ly

          I agree. The 6P is an outstanding phone and stock Android is significantly better to use on a day to day basis. Looks better too

          I do wish they made a nexus that was 6P quality and 5X size though. This phone is massive.

        • Yeah bro . Nexus 6p is a dream I couldn’t bring to reality . Using android one though and couldn’t be happier 😊

        • Ayman

          you can not get nexus anymore only pixel c and it not that much cheaper

      • LongTallMatt

        I went from an S4 to a 6P. I love this phone. After just two weeks I pick up my S4 and realize how clunky it is in comparison, especially with the extended battery it needed. Screw carrier roms/firmware, I’m not waiting for them to decide if my device is worthy of an update… Nexus all the way! I’m going to try projectfi as soon as I move back to the states… Cell phone charges are a complete RACKET in the US! I pay 20€ for unlimited calls and texts(in country) and 4gb of data in Italy, prepaid! The build quality of this aluminum clad phone seems nothing less than amazing!

      • Doomsday

        None of them built by Asus I can tell you that much.

        • Sk0ly

          I sadly agree with this. The original Nexus 7 had major issues after a year from Asus using cheap quality Nand and the Nexus player I’ve found disappointing from a quality perspective. Overheats and restarts every time I try to play a game now. I never thought I would own a Huawei phone but this 6P has amazing build quality.

    • Ethan

      Samsung phones are better than most android phones, but they take way to long to get updates. There is a roomer that the Galaxy s7 might get the update not far after android N is released, fingers crossed!

      • abhinav

        Well this was the precise reason I was so annoyed with Sammy after using the s2… I threw that phone out and went for nexuses from then… But the s7 edge took me by awe with its screen, camera, battery and design… That made me to come back to Sammy again… I will see it the update situation gets any better this time around… If not I will be again giong back to the nexus

      • Sk0ly

        Hardware wise maybe, but touchwhiz sucks and they use a non standard button setup. I hate the physical home button. Makes pretty much any new Samsung phone a non option for me

    • I switched to Nexus 6p forever into Nexus fold :D
      Now i feel like all other phones feels like shit after using Nexus line of pure android devices ;)
      I got really fed up with samsung’s super super super DISGUSTING touchwiz shit in earlier days !!!

    • Mahavir Chhasatiya

      Buy nexus or iPhone.ur software always upto date.

    • calden74

      Same here, if your going to use an Android phone, the Nexus really is the absolute best solution available. Though I do have to say, I absolutely adore my Nextbit Robin, however it’s running CyanogenMod 13.1.

      I simply despise these skinned versions of Android, what little in the way of advantages they might have to offer are completely overshadowed with issues, biggest one of course isreceiving updates in a timely manner, if at all.

    • DocSwag

      I’m totally going Google now. Probably gonna hop on project Ara. Oneplus didn’t give an Ota for marshmallow on the two until may, over half a freaking year after nexus phones got it. I do not want to deal with that.

    • mahesha999

      And my Nexus 6 will not get next Android update :'( though I very well know it will be technically capable!!! :'(

    • And then when the update finally drops it renders your phone damn near unusable, with no option to revert. Completely fucked my Moto X 2013 when I upgraded to 5

    • Одессит

      And now no updates for Nexus 6 for about a month. Wouldn’t be surprised to see them released after… Samsung 😏

    • Just Nexus, never iPhone, never again!

    • Grant Ding

      Google created the pixel. They weren’t looking back either. And they should have.

  • viktor

    Idon’t even now for sure if Nexus 5 2013 will have update on Android N; I gope so, because it is so lovely phone…

    • Android Developer

      they said they test it.

    • Manu Anand S

      I’m still hoping for Android N update for my beautiful Nexus 5.

      • viktor

        You are not alone with this wish; I also hope that lovely Nexus 5 will get upgrade on “N”.

      • John Doe


  • Noah Jones

    Wow, my LG G3 is still on Lollipop. Screw you AT&T

    • MJ

      Complain all you want but I bet your next phone will still be a carrier phone.

    • Phoenix

      You can always get the latest and greatest with Cyanogenmod

    • Robert

      The Verizon LG G3 with Android 5.1.1 CANNOT be rooted therefore no Cyanogenmod option.

  • Andrew

    Did they mean the LG g4? Not the g3?

  • Renascienza

    Some people are supposing that, after N, users maybe can just download and install next versions and security updates themselves from Google (because the separation of low level kernel/services and Android system itself is better)… Would be a nice ideia.

  • Jeremiah Sariban

    what about Android Ones?

  • john smith

    What if it isn’t 7.0?

    • Matthew Merrick

      Yeah I don’t remember version number being mentioned officially anywhere. Android 5.2 makes me at much sense to me as 7.0 would.

      • NinoBr0wn

        If you look at the way Google has been handling that aspect more recently, it’s a logical conclusion, not definite, but logical that it will be version 7. Besides, it’s just a headline, and we have no name for N yet. What else should they call it other than Android 7.0 at this time?

        • john smith

          That was only one version though.

          • NinoBr0wn


        • Android Developer

          How about Android N ?
          Also, why should it be 7.0 ? There is no 6.x other than 6.0.x yet …

          • Luka Bulatović

            Because last year they announced yearly major updates to Android and that means a number higher every year too. So going by that logic Android O will be 8.0 and so on…

          • Android Developer

            Too bad. This might be used as an excuse to OEMs to avoid updating their devices, because it’s a “major” update every year.

        • graham wells

          Android nobugs(we hope)

      • Rafael Rivero

        Android N is 7.0, it has been revealed by Samsung by mistake from their source codes

    • NinoBr0wn

      What if it isn’t..?

  • Randy Allen

    I’d like to see Nvidia devices mentioned more often.

    • Daggett Beaver

      Nvidia device.

      You’re welcome.

  • MoD33n

    sure wish google would take a page out of Apple’s playbook and be more forceful in forcing OEMs to roll out timely updates, maybe even penalising OEMs for abandoning their customers by not providing updates.

    • Dennis Fluttershy

      Except Apple doesn’t force or penalise OEMs …
      Apple is the only OEM on their market, so they can do whatever they want.

    • May Czos

      Android is a free, open sourced software, Google has no power to penalize anything.

  • Jake Schweitzer

    Windows 10. yep, behind in os but ahead in apps. I find that funny. I would love to see love tiles. I miss that from Windows. Also miss the storage of my old lumia 928 But it will do. I don’t want a knockoff of Windows but live tiles is much more mature. I love how simple Windows is but the app gap. yep. I’ll wait. keep my old phone alive for now.

    • yay

      Microsoft finally has a chance at apps with their “Universal App” feature. Since so many PC’s are gonna be on W10, a lot of apps are gonna come to 10, which should boost W10 Mobile’s app store too! ?

  • Daggett Beaver

    Wow! I can’t wait to get Android N so I can take advantage of all the great new features I’ve already been using on my Samsung phones for the past 3 years.

    • Veteater

      Wow! I can’t wait to get Android N because I will get improved performance and battery life, enjoy the features, and more importantly, the INTEGRATION of them. And I will not loathe using my phone, features or not, because it won’t lag like, well, a Samsung! Sure, the S7 is an improvement as far as smoothness goes, but it isn’t as smooth (not by a longshot) as my Moto Droid Turbo 2. And this is a perfect example of quality > quantity. What is the purpose of having a V8 engine if it is small and underpowered? Just my 2¢.

      • Daggett Beaver

        A more appropriate analogy would be Nexus = a stripped down 4 cylinder car that runs fast because it lacks the sturdy, heavy frame to protect it, and lacks all the desirable features that would slow it down. No A/C, and you can’t even roll down the windows, because the wind resistance would kill the gas mileage.

        A Samsung (or LG, or another phone) = a fully stocked 6 or 8 cylinder car. It’s more durable, and pushes the engine harder because it comes fully equipped with the features people want.

        Hey, my first car was a feature-free VW Beetle. It was cool. Then I grew up.

        • Veteater

          The Nexus would be a mid-trim half-ton truck w/ a slightly smaller V8, as in 1500. The Samsung would be a specced-up 3/4 ton (2500) w/ the same V8 as the aforementioned 1/2 ton, that is too small to give any towing/acceleration response, and the truck would be too heavy for this engine to support it. The iPhone would be a stripped down half-ton (again 1500) w/ a V6 that is underpowered. Samsung=lag like crazy, stuffed to the max with features, some that are redundant and/or gimmicky. iPhone=somewhat fluid, lag sometimes, stuttering here and there, even with top-of-the-heap hardware, almost no features. How I know this? I had an iPhone 5S and painfully stuck through it for two years. Nexus/Moto=super fluid, almost no lag or stutters, simplistic with well-integrated, non-redundant, and useful features. This is my summary of it.

        • Matthew Harris


          • Andre Maruska

            I guess someone here never tested the S6 or S5 with 6.0.1. There is no more lags at all. Still I install other launcher because I like the clean look of pure google launcher. But still, there isn’t any lags now after the update.

  • carnby77

    Well surely you can forget about Asus…i sold the phone because they are very slow in software updates…and bought a Sony!

  • John Telford

    Am I the only one that hasn’t got the update yet? I’m on my 6p running the first version of the beta

  • XYZ

    Will moto g2 get android 7 or android N update?

    • Punit

      May be or may not be

    • Hunter Miller

      Most likely not

  • M42

    I had Marshmallow on my HTC One A9 in November. That’s when the phone shipped and Marshmallow came installed on it. It never had Lollipoop.

  • Mohit Keshri

    Android N is available for Moto x play ?

    • Mankeerat Singh

      Not yet. The update is out only for Nexuses. I am pretty sure (you and me) will get the update. BTW I have the Moto X Style/Pure

  • Lovre

    When will my Nokia 3310 get the Android N update? :O

  • Anuj Jaiswar

    Can Android One devicess in India get Android N Update

  • bladenr1

    Htc is fast in their updates. I own htc 10 and happy with it.

  • I dont see a big reason to switch from nexus 6 right now. I am on Android N (beta 4) now with really no issues at all and better Doze 2.0 battery. Camera is rocking. I cant wish for anything more at this point. This phone Which cost me 249.00 on amazon new) will likely get me to 2018 or beyond. As for going back to Samsung. NOT. All I might to is move to google Fi

  • Shaunak Basu

    Hope my G4 Plus gets it by Nov / Dec ?

  • Nirdesh Singh

    Will it be available for moto g2(3g) edition also??

  • AndrTech

    I am excited to wait for the Android N now. I have bought a budget smartphone with Android M, it is Bluboo Maya only at $69.99, waiting for its arrival.

  • Dyson LockOn

    will my user data get wipe off when i receive the android N ota update via beta test?

  • With my android one infinix hot 2 in hand, I feel like I’m a nexus user. Updates ship to me each month (security updates), and I’m on the list to receive android 7 as and when it drops.

    Win win for me.

  • Adi Avraham

    I have AT&T. I dont expect it anytime soon. (for the LG G4)

    • Jim

      Same for Galaxy S6. Maybe I’ll get it for Christmas! (2017)

  • John Doe

    What about BB Priv? Anyone know if it will be getting 7?

  • May Czos

    2015 Huawei P8 is still running on Lollipop (5.0.1!) while Samsung already updated not only the whole S6 line but also 2014 flagship – S5. Yet – Samsung is the bad one…

  • akshay krishna

    will android one devices get the update?

  • Mark R. Graves

    My Droid Turbo was still running 5.1 last week when I put it out of it’s (actually my) misery. Now I have a brand spanking new Nexus 6p running Android 7 (latest preview version) and I get regular updates. I doubt if I will get another non Nexus phone.

  • Nibbler

    So when the new Nexus phones coming out then?!?!

  • Tony

    BLU: Updates?!?

  • Faizan

    how is after 2 months mid December. it should be October.

  • Carlos Bachez

    Can someone please tell me what a “Note 6” is?Come on isnt this a cellphone website. you guys have to get this stuff right. another note didnt HTC promise android updates no later then 15 days after the offical release? 2months is 60 days not 15. who is lying HTC or AA?

    • Jan Van Humbeek

      HTC is still one of the fastest manufacturers to push Android updates out to its flagship devices.
      Their promise for 15 days after Nexus-line was only made for the One A9 (though I can’t imagine the 10 or M9 will be far behind) and it was specifically for software updates… Android Nougat is a software upgrade, so this promise may not hold for new Android releases, only incremental ones.

  • SoyConnorNoAltair

    “Even then, it will likely only be the Galaxy Note 6 to get it first”
    You mean Galaxy Note 7!!!

    • Morriea

      see the the words “Update”? that was added to an article written about 5 months ago. The naming of the Note was not known at that time.

      • Charles Sweeney

        I too saw the words update. But silly me, I foolishly expected the article to be updated and not only additions.

  • Faizan

    omg so many errors in this article. who wrote this, a kid? five months from August 22 is January 22 not March 2017. 2 months from August 22 is October 22 not mid December. and what’s a note 6?

    • dubs

      The original article was written a month ago. They only had “Q3” as a release date estimate. Q3 technically ends September 30, so 2 months from then is Nov. 30.

      They didn’t go back through the whole article to change their date estimates. They simply added the Update at the top stating that the actual release date will be Aug 22, which is 39 days sooner than their previous assumption.

      Also we didn’t know Samsung was going to skip the Note 6 yet at the time this article was written.

  • balcobomber25

    I am interested to see how quickly Nextbit will get it on the Robin, so far they have issued the monthly security updates from Google and their UI is nearly stock Android.

  • Phoenix

    But this year’s updates could be significantly faster because these OEMs got their hands on Nougat in Alpha and beta and even near final releases much earlier than usual, so they should have started developing their forks by now ( I would assume ) that’s why the V20 is coming out with Nougat out of the box at September to cite an example.

  • NinjaPanda

    any news about Android Wear 2.0 ?

  • Lucy

    Hope my moto x force gets the android 7.0 update here in the uk.

  • Raj Shekar @ WM

    will they release android n for nexus 5?

    • dubs

      Not officially, you’ll have to run a custom ROM. The N5 stopped getting version updates in October of last year. It still gets monthly security updates, but won’t see any more Android versions.

    • Bernie

      No they are not updating it

  • No info about OnePlus updates for One, Two, and Three? (especially the Oneplus One aka bacon).

  • Jason G

    Best case scenario: Five months after Android 7.0 launch (February/March 2017)


    If Android 7.0 is officially release on August 22 ,2016

    February , march 2017 is 6 – 7 months not 5 months

  • Nishant

    When did Note 6 came ??? (you mentioned in the post) Looks like bad proof reading :p

  • Akshay Salunke

    @kris Did you mean note 7?

  • viperboy

    No such thing as a Note 6 guys!

  • Daggett Beaver |dBz|

    When will I get it? Probably never on my Note 4. And I don’t care.

  • AashishVivekanand

    what about OnePlus 3?

  • Moises Montalvo

    Downloading now. check you updates.

  • Bernie

    What is this Samsung Galaxy Note 6 you write about?

  • Gautam Paul

    When will my Nexus 5x get the update? I live in India.

  • Jol Abels

    Does someone already have android 7 on the nexus 5x? I’m still waiting

    • Thiago Hufnagel

      Still waiting here.

  • Siddharth Prakash Singh

    I have installed Developer Preview. Will I get the update?

  • No hopes for OnePlus.

  • Charles Sweeney

    “…the Galaxy Note 6 to get it first”. The Galaxy Note 6 tho?

  • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

    Well, I’ve got an Asus Zenfone 2. They promised Marshmallow in Q1 2016, then promised Q2, we are now halfway through Q3. I am still sitting on 5.0, not even 5.1.

    Never again, Asus. You’ve lost me as a customer.

  • joel peter

    Anyone got any update m having an Android one device!!!

  • Ronald Sims

    Just heard the V20 will be the first to get Nougat, not nexus. What kind of world are we living in?!

    • DDD

      The world where the V20 will probably be released before the Nexus phones.

  • John Doe

    Even when Google releases their new OS for pre-testing (Beta) 5 months before going live, it still takes OEM’s another 6 months to get their sh!t together ..
    That is why I say, Google should make all OEM’s use base Andorid and add their specific apps/configs/UIs, etc after the fact as downloads .. Who is with me???? lol

  • Messibest

    Oneplus 3?

  • Chris J. Davis

    I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 with OS Marshmallow now. When do you think I will get the Nougat?

  • The-Sailor-Man

    Why should we care so much?
    Nexus get first the OS upgrades and get functions that we have since years on Samsung. LOL
    Well few things could be new and useful , but many other great functions that Samsung has, the nexus guys must wait years,

  • flye

    Xiaomi is bullshit, their miui 8 is still based on lollipop!

  • John Hui

    How’s OP2’s N looking?

  • Ishrat Azeem

    So the Nexus 7 2013 will not be getting the update?

  • Julián Salinas

    Do you guys think the Moto G3 will get the update?

    • JeffD

      Up to Lenovo, but probably. The Moto G2 might be questionable. My Moto G1 LTE never got Marshmallow.

  • te

    my nexus 6 still not receive update for android 7

  • chaitu

    What about lenovo k3note.

  • A$HI$H 25

    can u guys tell when will Lenovo get 7.0

  • vladec

    OnePlus (Cyanogen OS): 1-2 months 😋

  • Dan

    What about lenovo… When will the Android 7.0 will release for lenovo mobiles?

  • Bertram Balie

    Will there be an update for the Huawei G8 to android 7

  • borek

    Man, just called my service provider, they said they have nothing to do with rolling out new software :-D (I do think they do tho) and so I called Samsung and they did not even know that new Android has come out :-D :-D :-D Last time I got Marshmallow update about 6 months after its release :-/

  • Anil kumar

    What about Android one 3G devices?

  • Brando De Guzman

    Would you happen to know the timeline for Oneplus 2?

  • Anup Neupane

    Are the android one (1st generation) device’s also going to get this update? I ask this because the legendary nexus 5 was not included on the list.

  • yash

    What is the scenario in One Plus 1, 2, x, 3?
    Now, One Plus is one of the big company and You didn’t mentioned it :(

  • Sriharsha

    Is any chance for Moto x2?

  • G.J.

    Stupid clickbait article with no actual info and just assumptions about note/galaxies

  • Madars

    Why there is no anything about lg g4 and lg v10? And your homepage is very laggy.

    • Beebs

      LG thinks that by abandoning these phones it will force these owners to upgrade to the V20

  • Joetech89

    Still waiting in Slovenia.. (Nexus 5X)

    • Marty

      ADB sideload it.

  • Mark Pross

    “In the best case scenario, Xiaomi meets its timeline and has the update out in late December 2016 or early January 2017.

    Best case scenario: Two or three months after Google (October 2016 – December 2017)”

    I somehow feel like jumping almost a year in the span of two sentences might be a bit excessive ;)

  • well for being an android one user , few weeks waiting and ta da !!! I will have a taste of nougat . Looks like being a cousin of nexus really paid off :D

  • David Arnold

    I am DONE with other phones, I switched back to Nexus with the 6P and love everything about it. I happily tossed my non updated Samsung Galaxy phone off a cliff. I have been running Nougat beta for two months and then I got the final release OTA on the 22nd the day it came out. Until other manufactures give prompt timely updates AND keep all their crapware off MY phone I will never buy one of theirs again.

    • Marty

      Have a model cliff for your train set do ya? 😋

  • NavyVeteran

    Why the delay in posting the 7 images for the N6, N6P and N5X? Pixel C, Nexus Player and Nexus 9 WiFi has been posted. Anyone? Bueller? Anyone?

  • Luis Miguel Méndez

    Any idea about when Will it be available on the one plus 3?

  • What’s the hurry? Give them time to get the image right instead of rushing out some broken and half-baked mess. You’d think people would be used to the rhythm after all these years.

  • Munchy

    now for the real test. Coming off windows mobile where I got the updates very quickly I’m now on a Samsung edge, great phone exept notifications don’t open to lock screen when screen off or display always on. I’m wondering what a difference getting updates 5-6 months later will be like. I think both iPhone and windows mobile spoilt me here. Will Samsung surprise us all?

  • Tribhuvan Suthar

    android N update will available for huawei p8 ???

  • LeadZep

    I have a Nexus 5x and I am enrolled in the Google Fi project. I thought I would download the latest and greatest OS with the Nougat 7.0 instead of the Marshmallow 6.0. The only problem I am experiencing is that I cannot CHARGE the battery until the battery is completely dead and the phone is powered off. Anyone know how to fix this ‘little’ problem? Yes, this is so annoying, I want to go back to Marshmallow…

    • Marty

      It’s probably defective charging equipment. The 5X cable is known to be finicky. And 3rd party USB-C cables and equipment are iffy. Don’t use any USB-C cables or chargers or adapter of any kind that aren’t certified by Benson Leung.

      Peruse this list for acceptable, safe USB-C cables and equipment: goo [.] gl/kCgWyC
      (Remove the brakets and spaces at the dot)

  • imran

    will moto g3 ?get 7.0?update???????????????????????????

  • bananakabob

    Sorry but this is the reason Android is a joke. Nexus 6P and I still don’t have it a week later? Nexus devices should get the update the day of. I don’t have to wait for my iPhone to get an update. I update the day that it’s released. Period.

    • Marty

      That’s what I like about Apple, reliable update releases. Whenever an update is announced for iOS, without fail it’s available to me on my iPad.

      My Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X still haven’t seen the OTA. So I got tired of waiting and ADB sideloaded the update to both of them. Google needs to do better with updates. The rollout method isn’t acceptable.

  • A Thomas

    It’s the carrier’s that we need to look at regarding updates. Att only just released marshmallow a few months ago, almost a year after the formal release. I hope somebody lit a fire under them to not let that happen again.

  • disqus_jZcPy7aupo

    I don’t understand the desperation people get to update to the latest Android as soon as it comes out. I couldn’t care less when my Galaxy S7 gets it as long as it’s done properly. I don’t want to live on the bleeding edge on what is essentially a work tool. I prefer stable, secure builds no matter how long they take to come out.

  • JeffD

    As of Sep 2, 2016, there is still no factory image on the Google site for the Nexus 6 (“shamu”). What gives?

  • eric noack

    I installed android 7 on my 6P today and to be honest I did not see any noticeable improvements.I did not see the promised 2 exposure stops added to the camera so all in allit was a non event visually there was nothing different so i cant see why this release was such a big deal.

  • Gregory Kennedy

    Lies tons and tons of lies I have a Motorola Nexus 6 and guess what… No Android 7 no factory image listed no OTA update so fix ur articlel moron you can’t just write down bold faced lies and expect people to believe them when I can clearly look and see there is no Android 7.0 listed on the factory image page for the Nexus 6 and I damn sure haven’t got any OTA update yet either idiot

  • Lanku J Gowda

    Hello ,lava pixel v1 will get android N or not tell me?

  • Ashutosh

    Have Nexus 5X in India. Got the OTA update last night.

  • AussieB

    A month after Nougat release & Nexus 6p still hasn’t gotten it. Half of September is over & no Sept security update. Google turning into a joke

    • AndroidUser444

      Nexus 6 here, now halfway through October and still nothing…

  • Henry Ashworth

    Will the Nexus 5 ever get the update

  • rahul

    Moto x play

  • Maulik Srivastava

    which android one phones will get nougat?

  • Roger Wicki

    I have a Nexus 6 (Motorola) and still didn’t get the Android 7 update. What’s wrong? Does the country you live in matter?

  • Jagdish Servi

    What about lenovo

  • Faisal Khan

    for Samsung galaxy S7 edge N android update will release on February 2017? that should be gonna late and… just a little update? -_-

  • IzzyLouWho

    Great article! it’s extremely informative and I am excited about the upgrade. Happily, my most important major complaint IS being addressed (apps to sd). My missing fantasy feature? When will LG G5 users be allowed to personalize their “personal dictionary” to add shortcut (glossary/AutoCorrect) terms and–FAR more importantly– to DELETE them? News flash: I am ridiculously unlikely to type the word “thou”– certainly not frequently enough to require its addition to word suggestion. Yet, almost every instance of the word “you” is being replaced with “thou” in everything I type. Are monks and seminary students being employed as developers, or is this the work of a disgruntled employee? I have already disabled AutoCracked and will apparently be forced to give up the suggested words feature as well due to the chaos this word, and a handful of others, creates. Perhaps they should consider creating supplemental dictionaries (e.g., an archaic/ Ecclesiastical dictionary for those so inclined). This is one of the almost nonexistent complaints I have with this phone, but it is huge. I would trade countless numbers of emojis for a fix or workaround. As I have just received notification of an upgrade, I searched this piece hungrily for mention of this major annoyance. Alas, thou didst not make mention of it.

  • Hasse Gillberg

    Early rumors suggested that Samsung’s first Galaxy Android Nougat updates would roll out in Q4 of this year. Q4 includes October, November and December. That appears to be accurate.

  • Mpho

    Will Vodafone Smartphones get receive the Android 7.0 Nougat Update?

  • Corpse

    Regarding LG (at least in Sweden) They want to be first with the new android but then they stop. Usaly the first Android version has a lot of bugs so the release a .1 version LG does not give a crap about that so they leave there phones running a buggy version of Android instead of implamenting a small but oh so valuble update.
    They did this with both the G3 and the G4.

  • Abhijith Johnson VJ

    lenovo a7000 get android n ??

  • James Nguyen

    will i get the update on my samsung galaxy s7 black from vrizon?

    • Anthony Neidlinger

      Samsung’s attention is now diverted to the Note 7 debacle and recovery.

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  • Raiden HU

    What about tablets? For example Samsung tab s2?

    • Anthony Neidlinger

      Tablets are an afterthought for Android based tech companies right now. Samsung’s attention is now diverted to the Note 7 debacle and recovery. I have a Galaxy Tab S2 that came with Marshmallow out of the box. No reason it can’t run 7 or 7.1, but I will not be suprised if the update doesn’t occur until after Jan 2017.

  • Jake Siewer

    will this give us all the same software as the pixel cobsidering its 1.2 gb

  • Langlois Viateur

    i have the 7.1 bêta now on my nexus 5x !

    • Tyler Durden

      Cool! is it the Android N-MR1 update?

  • Langlois Viateur

    yes N-MR1 (NPF10C)

  • bockwai

    ima have to root this OP3 and go BrokenOS soon if they aint gonna get their 💩 together.

  • Nawe

    has anyone else realized that the android versions spell out the alphabet?

    • Grant Ding

      Wow no shit sherlock where were you 8 years ago… You’re being sarcastic, right?

  • Ahmed

    what about ANDROID N for letv

  • A$HI$H 25

    any idea about Lenovo updates

  • AndroidUser444

    October 19th, almost 00:30…Android 7.1 dev preview comes out today and here I am with my Nexus 6 and still no OTA update for 7.0. What’s the point of buying a Nexus if the big benefit of owning one isn’t even fulfilled anymore? Very disappointed.

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  • WoLfEnStEiN619

    “Galaxy owners could easily be waiting until the end of January or early February 2017 for the first Samsung Android 7.0 update.”

    Yeah and the rest, Samsung will no doubt add another couple of month on that, then by the time your network provider has faffed on with it Google will be bragging about the Pigeon Pie 8.0

  • Swaminathan Guru

    Look forwward to the update!

  • Crosslad

    Thou needs to calm down.

  • Kitty K

    im still waiting for marshmallow on my lg G3… kill me now…

    • Swaminathan Guru

      Switch to Google. End of it 😀
      Running 7.1.1 on Nexus 6p now.

  • AM

    Hello., Im new here.. i got the Android 7 OTA update notification on my Motorola Nexus 6., Yet after downloading the date., It says “Verification Failed”.. Does anyone know the cause of this?? I would love to have this new update installed.

  • Amit

    its 7.1.1 update as seen in about settings after install.

  • Romit

    Correction. The Android 7.0 update for Moto G4 Plus still ain’t out in India. Maybe they have started soak testing. But no official release has come from Moto aka Lenovo.But yea. Can expect it to come in a week or two.

  • Aswath

    Still no update showing in moto g4 plus

  • naeem

    will honor 4c get nougat update??

  • icyhotonmynuts

    I wonder when my Note 3 will get it…

  • Sachin Jangam

    I have a Lava Pixel V1 Android One device . still waiting for Android 7.0 update . Anyone facing same issues?

  • Guest

    I am using Moto G4 Plus, but I ddidn’t received this update.

  • Ro

    Motorola has NOT released the update yet.

  • Obi

    Still no (official) love for Nexus 6.

  • Dipayan

    It is not yet available in India.