22 April 2017
The Elephone P9000 that was released over a year ago was promised an Android 7.0 Nougat around seven months back. The update has finally arrived for the device after this long.
There was a beta version available about four months ago, however, it was very buggy and users didn't upgrade to it back then. The company has now however sorted the issue, apologized for the wait, and added March security patch as well.
The update weighs over 1GB and is not available over-the-air, which is why you will have it flash it manually. The changelog mentions that the fingerprint sensor has now been optimized.
Android Nougat brings in features like Doze, split-screen multitasking, bundled notifications, direct reply from notification, and many more. To download the update, head over the Source link below and follow the instructions.