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Why would Google send an over-the-air update for the Nexus 6 from 2014 when its last security update was in October? There's no clear explanation.
With an extra-tall display, though, comes the loss of the fingerprint sensor. What else is there to replace it at this price point but facial recognition?
To be fair, Android 7.1.1 Nougat was released in December 2016. But that still made for a painfully long wait for Verizon owners of the mid-end Moto G4 Play.
There was a soak test back in the summer, but since then, nothing at all. Until now, when the official update has started going out.
The Essential Phone is getting a fix for one scary Wi-Fi vulnerability. On the other hand, some big feature improvements are also in this update.
To make up for lost time and a predictable software support halt, T-Mobile is sending the Samsung Galaxy J7 an OTA Android 7.1 Nougat upgrade.
It's technically on-time if you hear it from HMD Global, but the real world sees it as late, especially with a month-plus drag time.
The mid-range series is already being teased months and months before it and a few other cohorts are to debut, at least by our count.
Brand licensee HMD Global has launched its most remarkable phone yet with flagship specs and a dubious new term for group self-portraits.
Anyone remember the original Nexus 6? Anyone still using Google and Motorola's 2014 phablet? Here's your stable Android 7.1.1 update at last.
Priced at $40 with prepaid AT&T plans, the 5-inch ZTE Maven 2 has a Snapdragon 210 processor, 1GB RAM and now Android 7.1 going for it.
The Nokia 6 and Nokia 5, which the Nokia 3 launched alongside with, both have Android 7.1.1. So, when will the little sibling have its turn exactly?
But you'll have to ensure that you or your phone's manufacturer has the software in the first place and, most importantly, has it enabled.
A 32-bit processor on a phone that would otherwise feature a near-flagship software experience, just in a smaller form. In 2017?
Right after HMD Global updated its Nokia 6 devices in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The big fixes in this set of patches include a major media framework hole.
The Android Developers blog didn't even get updated with the vulnerabilities when this update started circulating in Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The Sharp X1 is a no-frills device. It has one rear camera and one front camera. Its processor, while from Qualcomm, is mid-range. But its price?
The sub-flagship gets some tender loving care with ZTE and a frontline Android update with improved network support from T-Mobile.
Just like Sony, Lenovo seems to be tying up loose Nougat ends before starting work on Android O, with a 7.1.1 update delivered to the Moto G4 Play.
This update was not expected, given how quickly the Android 7.0 update wasn't passed along. The Razer acquisition definitely complicated things, too.
Qualcomm is fixing some major security holes with this late update, but Android stays at the general 7.1 level and on Nougat.
But is it the Moto G5S Plus? Or could it be another sort of G-thing going on? Maybe even an E for some reason? Photos don't talk out loud.
A "heart" as in a Snapdragon 835 and 4GB of RAM. It also has dual-camera action going on in the back and some earbuds bundled in.