Owners of Nexus devices such as the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, and Pixel C should start receiving prompts to update their operating system throughout the day. Any devices enrolled in the Android Beta Program will also receive the update. As with other mass updates, it could take longer for some users to receive the update than others.
Google said in a statement that it could take “several weeks” for Android N to rollout to all users—so just have faith if the update prompt doesn’t show up right away. Rollouts tend to occur in stages because some carriers are quicker to send out the update than others.
The operating system will remain largely unchanged since we last reviewed the beta version. The operating system is stocked with plenty of little tools that will make it easier to get real work quickly. Features like multi-window display and a new notifications pane make it easier to reply to messages quickly and take action with fewer clicks.
The official release of Android 7.0 Nougat is historic for Google because it will be the first official launch from its new Android Beta Program. Prior to this version, new Android updates were revealed at the company’s developer conference and rolled out to phones shortly after. This time around, the company has gave people an opportunity to try out pre-release versions of the operating system to help with some maintenance issues.