Updated November 10, 2018 03:33:30As a mobile user, it is easy to forget about what is happening on your screen, and the Android operating system is often referred to as the “OS of the mobile” because of the ubiquitous nature of its interfaces.
But while most users use Android to do just about everything they want, there is one Android device which is really the mobile operating system of choice for many users: smartphones.
The Nexus 6P was one of the first devices to get Android 7.0 Nougat, which was released in August 2018.
And the next day, Android 7 was rolled out to all the other Nexus 6 devices as well.
The Android operating systems are different from each other and are therefore highly configurable, but what is different between Android 7 and Android 7 Nougats are the different features.
There are a few things to note about Android 7:Nougat brings a few major changes to Android that made the operating system feel different from previous Android releases.
Among the biggest changes are the removal of the stock Android apps and the removal the ability to sideload apps.
Instead, you can install new apps directly from Google Play.
This is also where you can make use of the Google Assistant to get more out of the phone, like turning on the phone’s screen brightness and setting a timer.
The removal of stock Android is a major step back for many, and Android fans who prefer a more customizable operating system will be glad to hear that Google is doing a better job with Android 7 than previous versions.
The other major change that Android 7 brings is the removal from Android of the app sandbox.
This allows the Android platform to create its own apps and sandbox the apps within.
This means that Android now allows developers to create applications for the Android OS which will run on the device as normal.
The sandbox allows developers a much wider variety of apps, and it is this variety which is what makes the Android ecosystem what it is today.
Another big change to Android Nougas UI is the introduction of a revamped notification bar.
This is a new way of seeing the notifications that is designed to be easier to use, while still providing the user with a sense of what is going on on their phone.
While the notification bar itself is not much of a change, the new bar design will make it easier to find notifications and to quickly open them.
The new notification bar is a design which is very different to previous versions of Android.
Users who prefer to look at their notifications in a more compact way can choose to use a single bar for all their notifications.
This will work across all versions of the Android, and will make the notification system feel much more cohesive and responsive.
Another change to the notification area in Android 7 is the new notification drawer.
The notification drawer will have more functionality and will allow the user to quickly navigate through their notifications and add them to their favourites lists.
While it is still very much a work in progress, it should make the system a lot easier to navigate and navigate easily to more useful information.
While Android N devices will still support stock Android, you will see Android 7 features in more recent Nexus devices as a result of Nougates work to provide the latest and greatest features.
If you want to learn more about Android N, read this article.
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