Android Nougat maintenance releases for the three-quarters are 7.1, 7.1.1 and 7.1.2 which is leaked by Evan Blass on his Twitter handle @eveleakAndroidoid Nougat 7.1 will be the first one to roll out.
Android Nougat Maintenance Releases
According to the Twitter Handle of Evan Blass, Android Nougat maintenance releases the first three quarterly 7.1, 7.1.1 and 7.1.2. Recently, Android Nougat 7 features were out. If you look at them, you will get an idea of what there was and what’s going to come more in the new updates. And, with its latest specifications like Vulkan, Daydream and more, it is making Google proud.
Earlier it was only called Android N, until it was officially christened by Google. Android N has got a new name and now it’s officially called Android Nougat. Last week itself, we got to know that the Android Nougat 7.1 will be the next update of Android to get released and probably the first ever maintenance update including a developer preview. Official Android Nougat’s first smartphone is LG V20 which is releasing next month and features Snapdragon 820 processor, 3GB or 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory.
Eveleaks also suggests that out of all these three releases, the 7.1 update is supposed to be the biggest. It is also speculated that this 7.1 update will come with the Google Assistant. Mountain View company announced the Google Assistant back in this year at Google I/O 2016.
The next three quarterly maintenance releases of Android Nougat will be Android 7.1 / 7.1.1 / 7.1.2
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 28, 2016
After the 7.1 update, the Android Nougat maintenance releases 7.1.1 and 7.1.2 will be launched thereafter. These two will be bringing fixes for bugs and performance. Along with this, the Nexus smartphones that are in the wings and ready to be released will come with the latest update of Android Nougat 7.1. So, the new Nexus phones will automatically get that advantage.
Which Android version are you using at the moment and what are your views regarding the Android Nougat maintenance releases? Is Google taking all these things too seriously? Let’s know your views by commenting below.