Manufacturers decide when the software is ready to rollout, but mobile carriers and networks can also cause delays to an update so it may be worth checking with your phone provider if the update isn't ready for you yet.
Android Nougat is out right now, but when you'll get the upgrade is going to dependent on your device. It's came pre-loaded on the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL and it's available to download on Google-made devices like the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Google Pixel C, and the Nexus Player.
is also out now, so we expect to see a lot of manufacturers focusing efforts on updating devices to the newer software rather than Android 7.
We will keep this list up to date with the latest Nougat information as and when we have it.
One Plus 3 and One Plus 3T both have Android Nougat 7.0, but if you own a One Plus One or a One Plus 2 you'll miss out.HTC told Tech Radar that it will not get the latest upgrade.You're going to have to buy a new phone for this update.Things are still moving slowly for the LG G4, which is now confirmed to receive Android Nougat but it's low-priority for the 2015 phone so those who have that may have to wait a while longer.Sony's Xperia XZ Premium launched with Android 7.1 software onboard, but you can now get the most recent Oreo software on it too. The Xperia X Performance, You won't find it on the Xperia Z3. While we were surprised to see Sony weigh into the Android Nougat developer with the Z3, it didn't follow through with the full Nougat upgrade for this phone.