Latest Android 7.1.2 Rolls Out To Some Pixel C & Nexus Player Users, VoLTE Confirmed!
The upcoming latest Android version 7.1.2 will bring the Pixel Launcher to the Pixel C, and according to reports, it has apparently begun a wider rollout. Along with the all-new Nexus Player, reports have confirmed that users are going to be receiving the update, later on, today in order to bring the two devices up to speed with the newest version of Android.
According to Android Central, there have been numerous records of people receiving the new Android 7.1.2 on their tablet in the past days, but this has seemed to be less scattered and a lot more focused.
An official rollout right about now would match well with reports coming from the Canadian carrier Rogers who was previously announcing their plans on pushing a substantial update on April 3 for the Pixel phones. It was said that the Android 7.1.2 update would contain several bug fixes and optimizations, along with some much-needed improvements for carriers and users, along with Rogers saying that their April 3 update will also be enabling VoLTE.
According to Slash Gear, Android 7.1.2 may not be full of amazing features for most users, but many experts believe that it's great to see it on the way after its successful beta period. As for Rogers customers, the company has said that they will have a little more to look forward to in the near future.
Despite all the hype and the good news, there is also some bad news, specifically for owners of the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. According to recent reports, it seems that Google isn't going anywhere from its unspoken stance that neither of the two said devices will be receiving any Android 7.1.2 and beyond versions.
In fact, the Nexus 6 was even rolled back from the current Android 7.1.1 to the older Android 7.0, causing a lot of commotion and disappointment among users. The Android 7.1.2 is also expected to roll out on other devices in the near future.