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You can try Android 7.1 later this month

Android 7.0 Nougat may have only launched in August, but that isn’t stopping Google from already prepping a major update. The company today announced version 7.1 – the same running on its new Pixel phones – will be available to beta test later this month. Though the company is calling it an incremental update, there are several significant features, some of them features you’d normally find in a version upgrade.
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