When Google first unveiled their Android One devices they said that they would be well-made, budget handsets that will receive some of the latest software as soon as it is available.

Today Google are keeping to that promise, releasing the Android Nougat mobile operating system update for these Android One devices.

This comes after some users had reported that they were receiving the update.

This also is just a short time after Google released the same update for Nexus devices recently.

Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat OS brings a number of new features to Android, with new emoji, better multitasking, the ability to show two apps on the screen at the same time and the new Vulkan API for more responsive gaming.

It also features a new virtual reality mode, better battery saving management with Doze on the Go, personalised notifications, smarter notifications and a lot more.

You can check if the Android 7.0 Nougat update is available for you via the settings menu on your Android One headset.

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