Wednesday, 21 June 2017

ZTE Axon 7 Mini gets Android Nougat

ZTE USA released Nougat for Axon 7 flagship in February, followed by Android 7.1.1 in March, and now, its smaller, less powerful younger sibling is also tasting Nougat.

The Axon 7 Mini which shipped with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is being directly updated to Android 7.1.1. The update brings improved performance, bug fixes, and adds Nougat's features like multi-window, support for in-line notification replies and more. 

Also included are Android 7.1.1 features like new emoji, rounded icons and support for app shortcuts, along with ZTE-specific addition including  support for dual-language and T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling.

Here are some of the features included in the update:
  • Android 7.1.1 provides updated emojis, plus the ability to use two or more languages at once. Communicating is now easier (and more fun) than ever.
  • Not only can you text in two languages, but you can “be in two places” at once! Android N gives you the ability to switch between apps or run them side-by-side. How fast can you multitask?
  • Android N also provides the ability to save even more battery power, revamped notification updates and a whole lot more so you can customize the Axon 7 Mini even more.
  • With T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling support you can now talk and text without using data!
Android 7.1.1 for Axon 7 Mini is being rolled out over-the air in the U.S and you'll be automatically notified when it's available. Or else you can do a manual check by going to settings > System Update. Before starting the download make sure to be connected to a WiFi network and have over 30 percent charge on the device.

To refresh, the Axon 7 Mini is a budget smartphone priced at $199 (in the U.S), and comes with 5.2-inch Full HD AMOLED display, Snapdragon 617 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB expandable storage, 16MP/8MP cameras, fingerprint scanner, NFC, USB Type-C and 2750mAh battery.

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