Google has been busy making sure that it releases the Android 7.0 Nougat earlier this time. We saw the first developer preview on 9th March instead of releasing it at Google I/O as previously expected. But it wasn’t until July 1 that the OS was named Android 7.0 Nougat.
Therefore it seems safe to assume that Google has stirred up its schedule to make sure that the new OS reaches developers as quickly as possible and plans to iron out all the kinks while the process make the OS is ongoing. After getting our hands on the 5th and final preview build of the OS, the anticipation for the official release is paramount.
Now according to a new leak courtesy of Evan Blass from @evleaks we will be getting the Android 7.0 Nougat by the end of September. We have already heard that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will ship out with Android Nougat running on the phone so this news of the official release falls in rather nicely.
The first phones to receive the desert update will be Nexus phone users and if we are to believe Blass then all devices released after Nexus 5 will support Android 7.0 Nougat. The new Android OS is still under works by Google and it is more then possible that all the features from all the preview builds might not make their way into the official release.
We haven’t gotten our hands on a lot of information about what new features we will be getting but it’s safe to assume that there should be plenty to feel excited about for example the Sustained Performance Mode.
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This mode should enable app developers to send a signal to the system of resources a message about when the task will happen and how long it will run for which should allow Android to handle system load better and prolong battery time. It has been rumored that we might get a new seamless OS update feature as well as better multi language support.