Last month, Google announced that it had begun rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat, starting with some - but not all - of its Nexus devices, along with the Pixel C tablet and the General Mobile 4G handset.
But owners of some Nexus devices have been less than impressed that, despite that announcement coming over three weeks ago, Google didn't immediately make the update available for them. Indeed, those with a Nexus 6P only got their first taste of Nougat a few days ago, when Google finally released Android 7.0 factory images for that handset.
But some face an even longer wait. Google has told Android Police that it will begin the Nougat rollout for the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 LTE "in the coming weeks". The company hasn't provided any exact details regarding its rollout schedule, so the update could arrive in 2 or 3 weeks, or it may take a good deal longer.
Google is expected to unveil its new
Nexus Pixel and Pixel XL flagship phones next month running Android 7.1, a newer version of the Nougat release.
Source: Android Police