08-01-2016 01:40 AM
Apparently the new N update is coming in August. Do you guys have an estimate on how long it will take after the initial phase for Nexus devices to get it on our Robin?
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08-01-2016 02:46 AM
@Pedroh For stock Nougat could come anytime. I'm not saying it'll take that long but we'll most likely have it within the next few months. We currently have no idea when it'll come for stock but Nextbit has said in the past they wanna be quick with bringing it out. On the custom rom side of things you can expect it at most a few weeks maybe after the source release which usually coincides with the public release.
08-22-2016 10:12 AM
Here we go. Nougat is rolling out. Should be interesting to see how fast out Nextbit friends can bouce that sucker into our phones.
Hoping it's soon, and they can reap the rewards of being one of the lucky early ones. (okay mostly I just want it soon.)
08-22-2016 11:56 AM
My bet: 2 months
Okay. Let's set October 22, 2016 as the betting line.
I'm taking the under, barely. My 10/21 is my anniversary and daughter's 11th birthday. I say I am rocking 6 different skin tone emojis by then.
09-07-2016 02:26 PM
09-07-2016 03:13 PM
I'm surprised so few people replied to this thread, but I think Nextbit has been tremendous with updates so far! If they deliver Android N before Christmas I'll be happy! Android N for Christmas sounds great!
09-07-2016 04:57 PM
We've got an update coming soon, but we're probably looking at Q4 for N. No exact timeline just yet, but we're hoping!
10-20-2016 01:49 AM
Bro, Same here. I have had a Nexus since day 1 and no other phone since then. I have had my Nexus 6P for a year now until I deciecd to give the Robin a shot. I love the hardware but my only fear is that we don't get SW updates fast. I used to have latest update as soon it comes out and hopeing the Robin get fast updates too.
10-20-2016 08:48 AM
@Toto Nextbit is extremely small, in terms of software maintenance in proportion to company size; Nextbit runs circles around other OEMs.