By the end of the year, we’ll be seeing a lot more devices with Android 7 Nougattles installed, which will help make the next version of Android even more compelling to use.
This is because Google has made sure that we can expect Android 7 updates to make it easier for users to switch between versions.
That’s because Google is already planning to launch a new version of the Android platform called Android Nougats later this year.
The latest news from Google has been that the company plans to roll out the Android 7 update to all its Nexus phones.
Google says that this will allow users to upgrade from Android 7 to Android 7 O and then to Android N7.
Google also added that it will not only make the Android N6 and N7 updates available to Nexus devices, but it will also be making the Nexus 6P, Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6.
So, while it may seem that the Nexus lineup is only going to get Android 7, this isn’t the case.
Google is also planning to make updates to the Android 8.0 Oreo OS for Nexus devices.
As we previously reported, this update will be made available for both Nexus phones and the Nexus Player, but the Android 9 Oreo update is not yet on the horizon.
There are still many details still to be released about Android N9, but Google is planning to release a new Android N10, which should arrive next year.
Android N11 will also include new features and fixes, but we’ll probably get a good look at this version first, as well as the new Android 9 Nougates, when they are released.
We’ll also be getting Android N12, which is slated for a later release in 2017.
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