Vodafone Australia has notified its customers that the Huawei-made Nexus 6P will be getting the official Android 7.1.1 Nougat update starting December 6 — less than two weeks after the second Developer Preview version of the OS was released.

The firmware update for the Nexus 6P is estimated to size up at 650MB and is labelled NMF28F. 10,000 phones will get the first pulse of over-the-air deliveries within the first 72 hours — users can also manually check for the update. From then on through day 13, an additional 10 percent of the device population per day will be able to manually retrieve the update. All devices will be eligible to update by day 14.

The update post may indicate that Google may update other Nexus devices (as of yet to be disclosed) across the globe at around the same time. The Google Pixel devices launched with Android 7.1.

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