Nexus 5X Gets Android 7.1.2 Nougat With Heightened Performance Quality
Hate them or love them, Google’s in-house devices ranges Nexus and Pixels have quite a steady fan base in the world of today’s tech enthusiasts. While many criticize the devices for being unstable, especially the Nexus, they are certainly pretty great phones if you analyze their specs and even design. And now, Nexus fans have all the more reason to rejoice, because Android 7.1.2 Nougat is coming to Nexus 5X.
Like its cousin, the Pixel C, before it, it’s now time for the Nexus 5X to also receive the coveted OS update everyone is on the lookout for. And more good news follows, because the update won’t be restricted to these two Google devices. The Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P and Nexus Player will also get it very soon.
Bug Fixes and Other Tweaks
The update brings with it the much-expected bug fixes that will fix both older bugs, as well as those brought upon by the initial Android 7.0 Nougat update. In the case of the Nexus 5X, the update will get rid of that awful and annoying pink band on the device’s camera footage, for one. Other minor fixes will also be added in order to improve overall user experience and provide Nexus owner with a general heightened quality of performance on their beloved devices.
Android 7.1.2 Nougat will also bring fingerprint gestures to the Nexus 5X, which means that you can now open your notifications by just swiping on the scanner. Pretty cool, huh? This nifty little tweak will surely make life all the more easier for Nexus 5X users worldwide. On top of that, the update will enhance the devices’ Bluetooth connectivity and also solve some very feared security vulnerabilities that the devices previously had. All in all, the Android 7.1.2 Nougat update seems to be good news.