Android Nougat’s Fifth and Final Preview Is Now Available For Download
Google’s fifth and final Android 7.0 Nougat Preview is now available to download right now. The preview is released to developers but there are no restrictions for anyone who wants to try it out. If you’re intrigued much, check out all the changes part of the final preview below.
Android 7.0 Nougat Fifth and Final Build Released For Developers
Google’s new operating system is almost done and ready for prime time now and once the company is done with this, we will probably see the Nougat’s finalized version. Android 7.0 Nougat will start moving to the latest and other supported devices in a couple of weeks. So if your device is compatible, be sure to prepare yourself for the release. As for now, you can get the fifth preview from here. If you want todownload it through an OTA image, click here.
To be fair, there are quite a handful of changes and differences between Android Marshmallow and Nougat. While the upper appearance might look identical or pretty much similar, it’s what is on the inside. However, we’ll get to the changes later on. The previous preview of Android 7.0 Nougat brought a bevy of bug fixes to the table, intertwined with ample performance enhancements.
Moreover, developers are told that the release will give them “the near-final system updates for all of the supported preview devices”. This states that testing apps against this preview iteration will allow their software to get ready for the final consumer release.
How to Download Android 7.0 Nougat Preview?
If you’re considering to download the final Android 7.0 Nougat preview on your device, you must be enrolled in the Android Beta program. Once you’re enrolled and signed in, you will be given an update notification soon. After that, once you install the new software you will be running the latest Developer Preview. If you are not enrolled in the Android Beta program, you can sign up from here. Just as before, the final preview build is available for Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 9, Pixel C and General Mobile 4G.
What’s New in Nougat’s Final Preview?
So what’s new in the final build of Android 7.0 Nougat? Not much actually! The changes are centered towards developers and include bug fixes and optimizations, Android N API’s, an emulator to test apps and system images for Nexus devices. The fifth and final build for Android 7.0 Nougat is the closest you will be to the actual consumer build of the operating system which will roll out in the coming weeks. So if you’re interested, be sure to check the preview out.
iPhone 7 release date, price, specification and features
New iPhones are coming this year and iPhone 7 release date and specification is a hot topic alongside the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro. Find out about the iPhone 7 price, iPhone 7 specs and iPhone 7 features. We have all the rumors and leaks about phone
Here are Some Common Question being asked by iPhone enthusiasts
When is the iPhone 7 coming out?
How much will the iPhone 7 cost?
Specifications & features
Will it be waterproof?
What is it? The next iPhone, successor to the iPhone 6S
When is the new iPhone coming out? September 2016
How much will the new iPhone cost? Starting at $706.36 for 16GB model (or maybe 32GB?)
What’s new in the iPhone 7? Faster processor, iOS 10, headphone jack removed (or not), Smart Connector
Sapphire Glass – According to the last rumors, the new iPhone may feature Sapphire glass instead of Corning’s Gorilla glass that is being used in current iPhone. Sapphire glass is pretty much tough glass which is not easily breakable and the company is already using it in iWatch. It would be a fair decision if Apple decides to use the same glass in new iPhone as well. As per Macworld, Apple is backing Arizona-based plant run by G T Advanced Technologies that can be used to manufacture iPhone display.
Button-less design – The company may ditch its traditional design and come up with all new button-less design for its new iPhone. The home button which is being used in current iPhone can be eliminated completely to provide bigger space on the screen.
Wireless Charging – The rivals like Samsung is already offering wireless charging facility to the customer which is pretty much convenient. Samsung Galaxy S6 edge can be charged wirelessly and the customers have appreciated this facility. Apple can’t afford to lag behind its rivals and it makes sense for the company to allow iPhone 7 charge wirelessly.
Improved iSight Camera – To enhance the picture quality, Apple might use iSight camera which will help you take a bright and clear picture through its anticipated 13-megapixel primary camera. The iPhone will be able to take a pretty much better picture through its 8-megapixel secondary camera as well.
Water and dust proof – To give maximum protection to such premium device, the California-based techie planning to make iPhone Water as well as dust proof. According to the rumors, the phone will be waterproofed to iP67 standard which is meant for making devices water and dust proof. As per IP67, the device wouldn’t get damaged if it submerged under 1-meter water for 30 mins.
OLED display – The latest rumors suggest that the iPhone may feature OLED display instead of LCD which is currently being used. OLED screen generates its own light to illuminate however LCD screen requires a backlight to glow.
What will the next iPhone be called? iPhone, iPhone 7 or iPhone Pro?
The next iPhone is widely expected to be called the iPhone 7, following Apple’s usual strategy of launching a new model number one year and appending an S the next (in 2015 we saw the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, so it follows that in September 2016 we should see the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus).
Until now, that is. Evan Blass, aka @evleaks, is perhaps one of the most reliable tipsters we’ve come across, and he is calling for people to stop calling the 2016 iPhone the iPhone 7. Blass says it is highly unlikely Apple will use this name since the next iPhone is thought to be largely unchanged from the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s.