Android Nougat is finally out of beta testers’ hands and approaching consumers. According to latest rumors from Evan Blass, you should get the update no later than August #softwaremagic #mobilemagic
Tipster @evleaks announced on his Twitter account that Android 7.0 will stop playing hard to get next month. Also, the software update will reach everyone handling a device that came out after the Nexus 5.
Android 7.0 releases next month, with the 8/5 security patch. Sorry Nexus 5 owners, no Nougat for you 😢
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 30, 2016
This time, Google was intent on making the launch happen sooner rather than later, even though users who are still relying on a Nexus 5 will have to give it up. Truth is, in this age of speed, you can’t hold on to anything for too long.
As you know, Android Nougat will come with a quirky Easter Egg, nifty tricks for Google Camera and Sustained Performance mode, a tool that will allow app developers to inform the system about certain requirements that need extra power and might drain the battery. Instead, Android will be capable of allocating resources more efficiently and keep your phone alive and well.