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Android Nougat is releasing on 5th Aug, Sorry to Nexus 5 Users.

Android Nougat
Android Nougat is releasing on 5th Aug, Sorry to Nexus 5 Us

As per the several reports and confirmed by one of the trusted Source Evan Blass (@evleaks) Aug 5 is the day when Google is going to release the latest Android Operating System, Android Nougat, As per the Evan Blass Nexus 5 will remain out of the update loop as Google will proceed to launch the next generation of Nexus handsets later this month (as per the expectation and reports).

As Evan Blass claims that the public release will come alongside the security patch release on August 5. This is rather early compared to Google's traditional time frame of a September-October release, where it also unveils the new Nexus device. Whether or not Google advances the rumoured HTC 'Marlin' Nexus device launch as well, remains to be seen.

Android 7.0 Nougat is expected to come with several new features, and the latest preview build hints at few Camera app upgrades. Android Police has spotted two new features in the Camera app - more Grid options, and the resurrection of the much-missed manual exposure mode.

One of the major changes Google is bringing on with Android N is the RAM requirement to run the operating system with the help of “Project Svelte.” Google wrote “Also, we’re continuing to invest in Project Svelte, an effort to reduce the memory needs of Android so that it can run on a much broader range of devices, in N by making background work more efficient.”

This is the biggest pain of the Android as the amount of devices get updated with latest version of the OS is very less. For example Android 6.0 is running only on 2.3% of the total device. Keeping the point of less RAM requirement in mind, we hope these figures will change in future with Android N.

Android N or Nougat will have the capability of Split- Screen which is offered by many handsets manufacturer, Samsung is one of the leaders in this. Now this feature will be by default in Android. This means that the device screen can show two different apps simultaneously, and video apps will support picture-in-picture mode. The system fills the screen with two apps, showing them either side-by-side or one-above-the-other. The user can drag the dividing line separating the two in order to make one app larger and the other smaller. Manufacturers of the larger devices will be able to choose to enable freeform mode, allowing users to freely resize each activity. If the manufacturer enables this feature, the device offers freeform mode in addition to split-screen mode

For now, the latest preview build is available for Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Pixel C devices, as well as General Mobile 4G Android One devices. The final Android Nougat public release will bring improvements like multi-window support, enhanced notifications, revamped doze, number blocking, and more.

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