Google News article Google announced today that it has launched a new Android version of the iPhone 5, which will make its debut in the US and Canada later this month.
The Android update will also include the ability to unlock the device, though the release date has not yet been announced.
Android 7.1 Nougat is the first major update to the Google-made Nexus smartphone since Google’s first release of Android 7.0 NougAT in 2016.
The new update brings a slew of new features, including the ability for users to set alarms and the ability, for the first time, to change carrier data roaming data limits.
It also includes a new voice assistant called Google Now that can tell users when their current location is about to change.
In addition to the new Android 7 update, Google is also adding the ability in its app store to enable the ability of users to make calls using voice commands.
Users can now turn on the ability by going to Settings > General > Calls > Voice commands.