Here is a list of Android 7.0 tablets as of Q1 2017. A few people talked to me about this over the weekend, so I thougt it might be a good idea to round them up.
Even though the Android 7.0 Nougat OS was released by Google on August 22, 2016, the stats from January 9 earlier this month revealed that Android 7.0 only had a 0.5% share of Android devices, while Android 7.1 had an even smaller 0.2% share of Android devices. That’s less than Android 2.3 Gingerbread even, which still has a 1% Android device share. Android 5.0 to 5.1 still has the largest share, being present on 1/3 of all Android devices in January.
But Android 7.0 tablets are available nonetheless, and last week saw many official Android 7.0 update plans from tablet brands such as Nvidia, Sony, Samsung, and Huawei. Sony started the Z4 Tablet update 4 days ago, but temporarily stopped the OTA update last night after several complaints from the users of Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet as well as the Z5 and Z3 smartphones, that the update had caused problems on their devices. Sony have responded to this and expects the Android 7.0 update to re-commence soon.
So what are these tablets, and when will Android 7.0 roll out to these devices? Here is the list.
|Google Pixel C||10.2||Android 7.1 since 12/6/2016||Yes|
|HTC Nexus 9||8.9||Android 7.0 since 8/22/2016||Yes|
|Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet||10.1||Android 7.0 OTA started Jan. 19. Temp. halted||Yes|
|Nvidia Shield Tablet K1||8||Android 7.0 coming||Yes|
|Nvidia Shield Tablet||8||Android 7.0 coming||Yes|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 with S Pen||10.1||Android 7.0 within first half of 2017>||Yes|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (LTE unlocked)||9.7||Android 7.0 within first half of 2017>||Yes|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (LTE unlocked)||8.0||Android 7.0 within first half of 2017>||Yes|
|Huawei MediaPad M3||8.4||Android 7.0 + EMUI 5.0 in March-May 2017||Yes|
– Jim Miller