SOME FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ANDROID 7.0 NOUGAT

Google do push out new version of android every year for their world leading operating system.The newly lunched OS version is NOUGAT 7.0 which made available on August 22, 2016. Just like the previous version MARSHMALLOW in 2015,Nougat got an extensive beta testing phase, during which Google released five developer previews , one each month from march to july.
Android 7.0 is the 7th major version of Android operating system, with Nexus devices being the first to receive the update.
ANDROID 7.0 NOUGAT
Nougat introduces notable changes to the OS and its platform development include

  1. The ability to display multiple apps on screen at once in a split screen view.
  2. Support for inline replies to notifications,as well as an OpenJDK based java environment.
  3. It supports Vulkan graphics rendering API, AND "seamless" system updates on supported devices.
  4. The 'doze' power saving mechanism introduced in Android Marshmallow was expanded to include a state activated when the device is running on battery and the screen has been off for a period of time. but is not stationary.
  5. A new Data saver mode restricts background mobile data usage , and can trigger internal functions in apps that are designed to reduce bandwidth usage.
  6. The new quick app switching helps you to switch easily to your last used applications.
The Look you get after plunge installation of Nougat is the new Google logo which was newly added in the android boot sequence.The actual Android boot logo is unchanged from Marshmallow,on the other hand.After complete booting you'll notice that you have the exact same Google Now launcher with the exact same features and looks as before. The app drawer is a tap away as usual, and still shows your most used apps up top straight beneath the search field.

Still the same old look:




CONCLUSION
Nougat clearly isn't a huge update. Instead, Google's focus with this release seems to have been all about polishing existing things while adding many little changes here and there, all adding up to a neat overall package. The user experience is obviously better than it ever was, and some under the hood additions promise an intriguing future - be that in gaming with the Vulkan API, or immersing yourself into virtual reality with Daydream. Useful day-to-day stuff hasn't been forgotten either, with Doze on the go improving upon the already quite good Doze mode from last year (if only marginally so) and Data Saver doing just what its name implies. So despite its lack of one (or many) jaw-dropping new features, Android 7.0 is definitely a worthy update.

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