The update will be rolled out in phases, with 15 Xiaomi phones getting it in the first phase.
A new option was spotted on a Redditor's Nexus 6P when the device was factory reset with Nougat 7.0 installed.
However, currently these are only out for three supported devices, with more to come.
A new rumor says the first update to Android Nougat could arrive at the same time as the launch of the new HTC Nexus devices.
As you'd expect, its latest flagship offerings are joined by a select number of mid-rangers.
The phone follows up on last years model. Its selfie camera matches the main one at 13MP stills and 4K video.
Hopefully, the Chinese OEM will release a new smartphone at the event.
Priced at $194 and $104, respectively.
According to the listing, Samsung might opt for a MediaTek chipset to keep costs down.
And not the Exynos 8890 that was rumored earlier.
Previous rumors have suggested that the device is powered by Snapdragon 821 (aka SD823) chipset, and sports a 5.5-inch QHD display.
Carrying an INR 4,590 (around $70) price tag, the device will go on sale in India on August 29.
Now starts at $342.
This was revealed by a leaked marketing image for the device.
A user manual hosted on Samsung's website suggests that the tablet WILL get the update.
Currently rolling out in India, the update weighs in at 77MB and carries a build number of N920GDDU2BPH2.
Another wave of developer previews will be coming to Nexus devices to let Android fans test out new features before they're released to the public.
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