So, it’s official, the rumours were true, Android 7.0 Nougat is out and trust me, you want to get this installed on your smartphone.
If you are as excited as i am, the join me as i take you briefly through things you must know before you get the new operating system.
It’s Not Available On Every Smartphone Just Yet
For now, only Nexus-branded handsets and tablets can get the update. Google says a forthcoming phone from LG will also have the software pre-installed. But other device owners will have to wait for manufacturers to carry out their own checks before they make it possible to install the code which would presumably be on the 6th of september.
Amazing Keyboard Options and Emojis
Android 7.0 Nougat is referred to as the OS that speaks your languages. Bring your words to life with updated and entirely new emoji, and the ability to use two or more languages at the same time while using it with an option 1500 emojis and an additional 72 emojis to join them.
With the amazing OS you can actually been in two places at the same time, without feeling out of place.
How do I mean? You can literally switch between apps with a double tap, and run two apps side by side. Which means you can actually watch a movie and at the same time respond to messages from your favourite chat messenger.
Created To Your Taste
This feature is very similar to blackberry, especially with Zseries and Qseries with features that allow you customise your Quick Setting tiles so you can get to what you want faster and you can have mini conversations within your notifications, letting you reply on the fly without opening any app.
Limit how much data your device uses with Data Saver. When Data Saver is turned on, apps in the background won’t be able to access cell data.
Virtual Reality Mode
With an exceptional VR mode for gaming and an amazing battery life. Although, yet to be tested but it is believed that the 7.0 has an outstanding battery life.
With other features yet to be fully installed and tried, since the exceptional OS came out, we decided to bring to you what we know about the 7.0.