The Android Nougat Features Coming To The OUKITEL U16 Max

The OUKITEL U16 Max is scheduled to be the next big smartphone release to come from OUKITEL. This is a smartphone that has been confirmed to come boasting a 6-inch display and will come running on the latest version of the Android operating system, Android 7.0 (Nougat). For those who are new to Android Nougat, there are quite a few changes included in this release and OUKITEL has now confirmed which of those changes can be expected to be included on the new OUKITEL U16 Max.

According to the OUKITEL product team, the OUKITEL U16 Max will adopt as many of the Android Nougat changes as possible, while also looking to offer as lightweight of an interface as possible. Therefore, with the exception of select aspects, OUKITEL has likened the OUKITEL U16 Max version to that of a Nexus version. One of the most obvious differences between a Nexus and the OUKITEL U16 Max interpretation of Nougat, is that the OUKITEL U16 Max will make use of an OUKITEL traditional design for icons. Although, the company has confirmed that themes will be available for those who want to change the look of the icons, among other things. Likewise, users will be able to make use of an app drawer with the OUKITEL U16 Max.

In terms of the mainstay Android Nougat features, the OUKITEL U16 Max will be able to take advantage of aspects like "Data saver" which looks to reduce the amount of data usage, the ability to multi-task quicker and more efficiently, including the use of Nougat split screen capabilities where - two apps can be shown on the screen at the same time. In addition, the settings have been greatly improved to be quicker to access and more editable, while notifications will be bundled together and offer a ‘quick replay’ ability directly from the notification bar. Additional features and changes include new emojis, improvements to voice search, "Daydream" naming changed to "Screen saver", a ‘Clear all’ button for recent apps and a ‘Cancel’ button for downloading. As well as general improvements to the navigation, one-hand mode, guest mode, float gesture, and more.

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