Android 7.0 Nougat is the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system. It makes its debut in the LG V20 (which we won’t get to see in the UK) with the rumoured 2016 Google Nexus phones the first time we’ll catch the OS on these shores.
The update is relatively subtle from a user point of view, tweaking where Android 6.0 Marshmallow took things. The new OS acts as the stepping stone to enabling Google’s Daydream VR, while introducing native split-screen functionality, better notification management and more battery optimisation behind the scenes.
So, does version 7.0 turn Android into a sticky mess, or is it sweet refinement all the way?
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