Upgrading smartphones to the Latest version is just…. Beautiful!
I remember when I updated my Infinix Hot Note from 4.4 kitkat to 5.1 Lollipop, it was amazing because it felt like I got a new phone… New features, new look, everything felt new.
From what I’m hearing, it seems the latest Android version which is Android 7.0 Nougat would be coming to Infinix Note 3 Pro soon.
I believe, this is a sign that other Infinix devices might soon get fresh system updates. So if you are using an Infinix Note 3 Pro, get ready to welcome Android 7.0 Nougat into your device.
Now, I dont know if the 7.0 update would be available for the regular Note 3 or if it’s for the pro version only but we have to cross our fingers and see what happens.
According to GizmoChina, the Nokia Android smartphoneswill sport 2K resolution displays and will come in 5.2-inch and 5.7-inch sizes. Both the handsets will have IP68 certification, making them water and dust-resistant.
The report suggests that the smartphones will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoCs and will be running Z-Launcher UI based on Android Nougat . They will also feature AMOLED display panels with QuadHD resolution.
As one would expect from a Nokia device, the smartphone is reported to feature a 22.6MP primary camera.
Nokia is already gearing up to make a global comeback in the smartphone market with HMD Global and its Taiwanese partner, FIH Mobile of FoxConn Technology Group, taking over Microsoft’s feature phone business for $350 million, which it had bought from Nokia in 2014,
HMD is owned by Smart Connect LP, a private equity fund managed by former Nokia executive Jean-Francois Baril and its management. Nokia is yet to provide any timetable for new devices. The deal between Microsoft and HMD is expected to close in the second half of 2016.
Microsoft has struggled with the phones business and last year wrote off $7.5 billion from the former Nokia unit.
Nokia was the world’s top mobile phone maker between 1998 and 2011 but was overtaken by South Korean rival Samsung after failing to respond to the rapid rise of smartphones.
Google today released the fifth and last preview Android Nougat before the scheduled final release later this summer.
According to the company, this preview includes the latest version of the Android Nougat emulator to do apps final testing, the final N APIs, the latest system behaviors and UI and the latest bug fixes and optimizations across the system and pre-installed apps. As far as we know, there are no new user-facing features in this release, though Google has occasionally made minor tweaks to the user interface between developer previews.
The Nougat Developer Preview is now available for Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9 and Pixel C devices, as well as General Mobile 4G Android devices (both in the form of over-the-air updates and system images).
To get the preview, no action is needed if you are already enrolled in the Android Beta program: Your devices will get the Developer Preview 5 update automatically. If you aren’t yet enrolled in the Android Beta program, you can still visit android.com/beta and opt-in your eligible Android phone or tablet. You also can download and flash this update manually.
“This preview gives developers the near-final system updates for all of the supported preview devices,” the company wrote in a blog post.
The name for Android 7.0 was chosen by fans after an online survey. As usual, since the release of Android Cupcake, each version of the mobile operating system is named after something sweet: “Nougat” is a confection made with sugar (or honey) that usually contains nuts.