Ok, our (to some degree) cherished Shamu — the Nexus 6.
Apparently overlooked with the dispatch of Nougat to different Nexuses more than five weeks prior, proprietors of the two-year-old Nexus 6 have been sitting tight for an upgrade.
Not just has Google posted an Android 7.0 Nougat industrial facility picture and a flashable OTA record, yet we’ve gotten a lot of notes saying that Nexus 6s are accepting OTA redesigns now too.
Despite the fact that Nexus 6P and 5X proprietors have managed a blended sack since getting Nougat, that doesn’t make it any less demanding to look in from the outside sitting tight for a redesign.
To the extent we can inform Google hasn’t made any cases regarding why the Nexus 6 fell so long ways behind the gathering, yet it isn’t extraordinary for some Nexus gadgets to be somewhat postponed in getting the most recent programming.
Being that the Nexus 6 (close by the Nexus 9) is the most established of the Nexuses upheld in the Nougat discharge, it’s great to see a two-year-old phone still get the most recent programming.
Furthermore, with the equipment accessible inside, we wouldn’t be amazed on the off chance that it ran generally also now as it appeared to on the early Developer Preview discharges.
In case you’re anxious, you can download the industrial facility picture or OTA document from the connections above, however risks are you’ll get the OTA upgrade in short request in the event that you expect to hold up.