Google is gearing up for the release of its latest operating system, Android Nougat. Here is the list of devices that are likely to get a Nougat upgrade as soon as it is released.
Google has recently released the fifth and final preview of Android Nougat to developers. It is expected that the company will soon release the new operating system, most probably this month.
Every year, Google releases a device to showcase its latest operating system. Google is reportedly working on new devices that will roll out with pre-installed Android Nougat. Other Nexus devices that will receive Android Nougat include Google’s Pixel C, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 6, Nexus Player and Nexus 9. Android Nougat is already available for beta testing on these devices. However, currently it is limited to the developers. Everyone else with these devices will receive an update as soon as the public version is released.
HTC has confirmed that its device will receive Nougat upgrade soon after its release. Back in June, HTC confirmed the upgrade via social media. The device mentioned by HTC includes HTC 10, One M9, and One A9.
Samsung has recently announced its Galaxy Note 7. The device will roll out with pre-installed Android Marshmallow. However, it will receive the Android Nougat upgrade. Samsung could roll out the Nougat upgrade for its other high end devices including Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note 5, reported Android Central.
Huawei has manufactured Nexus devices for Google and is rumored to manufacture one this year as well. It is highly likely that some of Huawei devices might get Android Nougat update. The devices that are likely to get upgrade are Honor 5X, Mate 8 and P9.
Lenovo has recently released Moto X Play and X Style. Both of these devices will most probably receive an upgrade. Moreover, Moto G4 and all variants of Moto Z are among the devices that are likely to receive Nougat update.
Sony has also announced that Xperia Z3 smartphone users can install Android Nougat. However, the company has not yet confirmed the update for its newer devices.
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