...but Google officially released Android 7 (Nougat) on Monday, 22 Aug. Somehow, I didn't even notice. Unlike every previous year, they didn't wait for the release of new Nexus devices, which will presumably be around the first part of October, as usual. So, oddly, they are rolling it out to older devices that can use it (the Nexus 6, 6P and 5X). My Nexus 5 won't get it, alas, but it has been supported for 3 years, so I'm not really complaining. If Marlin is good, I will seriously consider getting one, but for now my Nexus 5 is still quite a great smartphone. Sadly, the final official version of Dirty Unicorns (10.6) will be released on Sept 2nd with all the final Android 6 security patches. As long as my Nexus 5 is doing well, I may look at some non-Nexus options, though I'm not sure I can stop having a Nexus. Still, nothing to lose by looking around. At this rate, despite pining for a big screen, my Nexus 5 might make it to 4 years.