Have you checked out what features your smartphones will get with Google’s newest Android 7.1 iteration?
Full changelog of what's new with Google Android 7.1 OS update iteration.Motorola Official Blog

Google's Android 7.0 (Nougat) operating platform is still making its way slowly to Android devices across the world. At this juncture, Google has come out with the next iteration, which is the Android 7.1 (Nougat). The USP of Android 7.1 is that it is not restricted only to Google's latest Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, but is applicable to current-gen Androids as well.

In fact, Google made public a full changelog of Android 7.1 after it was done with its Pixel unveiling event, thus leading to confusions among loyalists about what to expect with Android 7.1. To enable loyalists obtain a fair idea as far as the new functionality offered by Android 7.1 is concerned, we have composed a full feature list below (courtesy Android Police). Check these aspects out:

Android 7.1 (Nougat) generalised feature-list; not exclusive to any specific smartphone

  • Night Light
  • Touch/display performance improvements
  • Moves (Fingerprint swipe down gesture - opt-in)
  • Seamless A/B system updates
  • Daydream VR mode
  • Developer features:
    • App shortcuts / shortcut manager APIs
    • Circular app icons support
    • Keyboard image insertion
    • Fingerprint sensor gesture to open/close notification shade
    • Manual storage manager Intent for apps
    • Improved VR thread scheduling
    • Enhanced wallpaper metadata
    • Multi-endpoint call support
    • Support for various MNO requirements
      • PCDMA voice privacy property
      • Source type support for Visual Voicemail
      • Carrier config options for managing video telephony
  • Manual storage manager - identifies apps and files, and apps using storage