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Android Nougat Update Rollout to LG G5, Moto Z Force, More; Also Check Out Devices Getting Beta Version!

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Android Nougat update officially rolls out to LG G5 and Moto Z series. Is your phone getting one? Check out the schedules.

LG G5 already tastes the Nougat's sweet features while other devices are currently put on test. The official firmware rolls out to Sprint guests and it takes up about 1.3 GB of space. The update enables G5 devices to experience LG V20 user interface. Users can download Android Nougat for G5 via Over-The-Air.

As for the other LG variants in other regions, the company promises a later date for the update, The Verge reported.

This week is a good week for Motorola mobile users. The phone maker promises Android Nougat update shortly after Moto Z and Z Force get the newest firmware.

Whether it carries Verizon network or it is an unlocked version, the Nougat rollout applies globally. This means that the Moto Z and Moto Z Force will be Daydream compatible, according to Droid-Life.

The newest addition to the Nougat family is the Nexus 60 and Nexus 5X. Both will likely receive Android 7.1 Nougat update in the coming month as they are currently running the firmware's Developer Preview version.

Sony rolls out Concept for Android that lets Xperia X run Nougat firmware. It allows the device to experience pure Android, new skin, new version of Xperia Transfer plus bug fixes.

Android Nougat Beta program for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge has just been rolled out by Samsung. South Korea, US, UK, and China are the countries receiving the update while the other regions might have to wait for Nougat Beta to arrive next week.

For HTC 10 devices, Android 7.0 Nougat update will be available initially in EU region. As for HTC M9 and A9, the variants will likely receive the latest OS update in early 2017.

Check out Android Nougat features in the video below!

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