Nearly three months on, Nougat starts rolling out to HTC 10 devices in India

Following the staggered rollout of Nougat to the HTC 10 in the UK, which was halted twice after bugs were found, but then resumed just over two weeks ago, the company has now started rolling out Android 7.0 to those devices in India.

The Nougat update comes in at 1.21GB and increments the software version to 2.41.400.5. The changelog highlights system enhancements as well as the latest February security patch, with the Nougat update also bringing a new multi-window mode, improvements to Doze, and much more.

To get the update, which first started rolling for the HTC 10 in select regions almost exactly three months ago, head to your phone's settings to download it.

Source: Android Central

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