So far the Android 7.0 update has been a bit of a mixed bag for Nexus devices and their owners.

One of the perks of being a Nexus owner is that you're among the first to get a new version of Android when it drops. So if you've got a 6P, 5X or any other supported model, there's a good chance you've gotten a look at Android 7.0 Nougat well before the rest of us. New features like split-screen multi-window, bundled notifications and data saver mode are among the main perks, along with smaller tweaks like the redesigned Recent Apps and Settings menus.

Nexus 6 owners are still waiting for an official OTA.

But as with any major software update, bugs can creep in. Some Nexus 6P owners on the AC forums have been seeing significantly reduced standby battery life on their phones. (There are similar stories over in the Nexus 5X forums too.)

Meanwhile, factory images and official OTA (over-the-air) updates aren't even available for some devices, like the Motorola-built Nexus 6, and Nexus 9 LTE, leaving users having to join the Android beta program to get the 7.0 update. Google's official line has been that updates will be hitting in the coming weeks.

So we want to hear from you, valiant Nexus owners. Which phone are you using, and how have you been getting on with the Android 7.0 update? (If you've even received it yet, that is.) And with the arrival soon of Google's new Pixel phones, will you be upgrading, or sticking with your current handset?

Share your thoughts down in the comments, and be sure to hit up the Android Central forums for more advice, tips, tricks and discussion!