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Android 7.0 Nougat is now rolling out to LG G5 owners with T-Mobile. The 1.2 GB download, which includes November 1st’s Android security patches, delivers the stock Nougat features like split-screen mode, Doze improvements and more.

The Nougat update brings the device up to build number NRD90U but it’s yet to be outlined on T-Mobile’s support page. Reddit users and those at the XDA Developers forums have confirmed its availability, however.

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This isn’t the first time LG’s take on Android Nougat has been seen – the LG V20 is the phone that launched Android 7.0 on October 20. If you want to check out how it looks, head over to our full LG V20 review.

If you’re an LG G5 owner with T-Mobile you should receive the update notification OTA soon. Alternatively, you can go to settings > general > about phone > update centre > system update > check for update, to see if it’s ready to be downloaded manually.

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