Asus begins to roll Android 7.0 Nougat out to the ZenFone 3
Asus has been busy expanding its ZenFone handset line of late, with the dual rear camera-packing ZenFone 3 Zoom being the most recent. Like a number of OEMs, the firm is also concentrating on bringing Android 7 Nougat to its roster, and it would appear that the ZenFone 3 is next on the list. The firmware update has begun trickling out to users in the Philippines, and will surely reach other supported regions in the near future.
As a refresher, the ZenFone 3 is of a mid-range disposition, with a Snapdragon 625 processor, 4 gigs of RAM and 64 GB of expandable storage. Announced back in May 2016, it sports a 5.5-inch, 1080 x 1920 display, and is finished in a rather appealing metal and glass combo.
The Android Nougat update adds a slew of features over the preceding Marshmallow, including multi-window support, enhanced Doze power management and the customary bundle performance tweaks. For a more thorough overview of what's on offer, be sure to check out our Android 7.0 Nougat review.
The model numbers supported by this update are ZE520KL and ZE552KL. As aforementioned, it's probable that a broader roll-out is planned, and we'll keep you in the loop with regards to any and all major Android firmware updates as they're made available.
source: Tech Updates