It seems like smartphone manufacturers are finally waking up to the fact that most smartphones are yet to receive the Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat. And now the ZTE has seemingly rolled up its sleeves and will be providing an early taste of the Android 7.1.1 Nougat update to its long-awaited Nubia Z11 users from Monday.
Nubia has announced a beta program to allow users to check out Android 7.1.1 Nougat on their Nubia Z11 smartphone before its official rollout. The company announced on its official blog the arrival of the first open beta based on the Android 7.1.1 Nougat version, which anticipates the release of the expected stable version shortly.
One of the main innovations introduced – the company explains – we find the introduction of the Nubia UI 5.0 which now more modern and simplified interface as well as strengthening the FiT technology with FiT Card. As already seen on other Nubia devices. This new firmware will have a small number of pre-installed apps from Google.
An official Nubia statement about the new firmware below:
“There may be app localization issues, as the beta is still undergoing an optimization process, and the absence of some applications that will be reintegrated into the final software. Firmware is not recommended for everyday use as it may have some imperfections and / or malfunctions due to the almost definitive development state.”
For more information, guides and downloads, we leave you to the dedicated post on the Nubia official blog here.