Google confirms the LG V20 would be the first to run new Nougat
For some couple of years now, we have always seen a new Nexus phone launched in the market with the announcement of a new Android OS and this trend has been going on like that, running smoothly and perfectly. Just last year when we were to get the beautiful Marshmallow, we also got to see a premium Huawei made Nexus 6P and a smaller Nexus 5X from the management of Sony.
Both devices wowed us a lot and brought a new definition to what Android devices should look like, even setting the pace for what should be on 2016 flagships especially with the technology of a fingerprint scanner that was perfected on its back.
Then, it is only normal that we see the launch of the new Nexus devices that have already been codenamed Marlin and Sailfish with the recent announcement of the Nougat 7.0 today but that would not hold for now because Google is planning to launch their devices not this month but in September. For this reason, we might be wondering what device would then be the forerunner for the 7.0 Nougat.
If you had been following the news for a while now, you would get to know that the LG V20 had been bragging that it would be the first to run this one and now, there is an official confirmation from Google themselves on their page as regards the Nougat where they have confirmed one most important news – the LG V20 would surely be the first to run the Nougat, and we would be seeing it on the 6th of September in San Francisco.
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