After its release a few days ago, users have been waiting to hear when exactly are they going to get the new Android 7.0 Nougat on their mobile devices. For Nexus users, updates can be quite immediate. Perhaps some of them have been enjoying the new operating system since its release a few days ago. Unfortunately, for other mobile phone users, the wait could take a minimum of three months. Sometimes extending well into five months.
Good news for HTC phone users as they will be getting their much awaited update before the year ends. At least for HTC 10 mobile phone users.
HTC is the first mobile phone OEM manufacturer to announce the release of their version of Android 7.0 Nougat. It seems like HTC wants its customers happy.
HTC has announced yesterday that it will be rolling out its HTC 10 Android 7.0 Nougat update before the end of the year. This will be followed by the HTC One M9 and then the HTC One A9. Unfortunately, these updates will be, for the time being, applicable to unlocked phones. It is not clear whether the M9 and A9 will get the updates within the same three-month period or early next year. Also, HTC has left out whether Android Nougat for carrier versions of its phones will be released within this year as well.
Now that HTC has made its announcement, other brand users are now expecting to get some information about their own phones.
For those who have forgotten, LG has also released its version of Nougat to a select number of G5 users. This could mean that it might be possible for LG to release its own version even sooner than HTC. At least for the G5 that is. As for the V10, there might also be a chance that it would follow suit if the initial release for the G5 proves to be successful.
For Samsung users, unfortunately, there are still no information about its version of Nougat.
For more Android 7.0 Nougat updates, stay tuned to TheBitBag.