A year ago, Google said that it will take off month to month security upgrades to Nexus phones and tablets for a long time from their particular dispatch dates, and stage overhauls for “no less than two years.” The inquiry goliath is presently posting solid courses of events for when backing will end for every Nexus phone and tablet, including the Nexus 6P and 5X:
|Device||No guaranteed Android version updates after|
|Nexus 5X||September 2017|
|Nexus 6P||September 2017|
|Nexus 9||October 2016|
|Nexus 6||October 2016|
|Nexus 5||October 2015|
|Nexus 7 (2013)||July 2015|
|Nexus 10||November 2014|
The Nexus 6P and 5X will keep on getting upgraded until September 2017, which is the point at which we if we be beginning to see Android O.
Google has likewise discussed programming overhauls for Android One phones, expressing:
All accomplices have focused on giving programming upgrades for no less than year and a half after the telephone’s dispatch. All Android One phones will get no less than one noteworthy programming upgrade and a few littler security overhauls.