Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 9th Aug 2016 22:38 UTC

It's time for a new version of Android, and that means I also get to make my yearly predictions about updates. Fun times!

Now, to be sure, unless a manufacturer has already committed to updating an existing phone, these are simply (mostly) educated guesses. We base them on a company's track record, the capabilities of the phone itself, and the number of phones a company makes. It's sort of like a blogger version of reading tea leaves and calling the bookmakers. And it's fun. Even when we get it wrong it's fun.

Since we're here because we are interested in Android, and most of us like to have a little fun, let's jump right in and answer the million dollar question - will my phone get updated to Android 7 Nougat?

These articles are depressing.

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RE[3]: Comment by kurkosdr
by laffer1 on Thu 11th Aug 2016 01:49 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by kurkosdr"
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You are technically correct, but I think the problem is that android is often compared with iOS. Apple does give out free upgrades to new OS versions during the life of a device. Apple users get new, shiny features and performance hits with each update!

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