User reports have indicated that the new android update has great skin but has lots of bugs that needed to be fixed. After almost four months of bug fixing since January, the Android 7.1.2 update will now be available for both Nexus and Pixel units. Google device users are now excited for the new OS update ready for download and installation.

According to a report from Tech Radar, the Android 7.1.2 which is an updated version of the latest Android Nougat OS, is readily available for all Google made devices. These devices include the Pixel and the Nexus. The downside to this is that the said update will not be available for older units of Pixel and Nexus, including Nexus 5.

Users of the beta version have raised a number of very valid concerns. Among the issues that the Beta version had included early shutdown problems. Another issue that has been fixed was the popping issue when the device is at high volume. The great news is that all of these issues are now fixed and the OS finally updated and ready for use.

Not only that, the beta version has shown the nitty gritty places where an enhancement was needed. There are reports that there are added features that improve the general usability of the device. The swipe function has been improved, there are new battery usage alerts available and Bluetooth connectivity has been fixed.

Google finally announced that they will be starting to roll out the Android 7.1.2 on all Android devices in the coming months. This is after the Android Nougat has been released for Samsung, LG, and other Android devices late last year.

This is on top of the news that the latest Pixel device has been accidentally confirmed by Google, based on a report from Forbes. This new Google Pixel device would be among those with a built-in Android Nougat OS.