ZTE Axon 7 now getting Android Nougat update with Daydream VR support

In case you can not splurge your month's rent on a Google Pixel or a similar-priced device, ZTE Axon 7 is a cheaper alternative.

ZTE had previously meant to release the android Nougat update for their ZTE Axon 7 smartphone in January, although the update was delayed and ZTE said it would be released some time before the end of quarter one.

The ZTE Axon 7 is finally getting the Android 7.0 Nougat update, a bit late - but better late than never, right? Fret no more. ZTE has you covered with its Axon 7 flagship phone, which can be purchased for $400. This ZTE flagship phone has been the talk of gadget town since it was introduced because it offers great value for money. Moreover, you can still take advantage of Google's sale on the Daydream headset, which cost only $49 until February 25.

Since the Axon 7 launched in the U.S.in July 2016, members of Z-Community have helped provide insight into what consumers want to see updated in the device. What do you say Axon 7 owners? It has 4GB of RAM, 64 GB of built-in memory, and up to 128 GB of expandable storage. It uses Dolby Atmos audio technology, and it has two speakers out in the front.

Naturally, the Nougat changelog is much like other Nougat changelogs: Multi Window apps, battery improvements, new emoji, plus visual changes. Users will also be allowed to block unwanted numbers.

Own An Axon 7 Unit?

The VR headset is now selling at Google Store for only $49, which is $30 cheaper than its regular price of $79.