A photo of the Nokia 6 is making its rounds which is leading to speculation that the device is running CyanogenMod 14. However, this is due to mixing up the kernal build version shortcode for the name of the now-defunct software.
We've known that CyanogenMod has been working on CM14.1 for a while now, but today marks the first release for it. It's currently available as an 'experimental' build for the OnePlus 3 and can be installed right now.
Motorola might not be working on any new updates for the 2013 Moto X, but that hasn't stopped the developer community. Megatron007 was able to get a working port of CM14 running on the device, and there's only a couple of bugs left to be ironed out.
If you've got the Motorola Moto X 2014 and have been dying to get Android 7.0 Nougat on your device, you're in luck. Make sure you read all the disclaimers, and if you're okay with the prospects of potentially bricking your phone, proceed at your own risk! Enjoy.
CM14, which is based on Android 7.0 Nougat, has been released for the 2nd generation Moto G, which was released in 2014. Although this is an "unofficial" version, the only issues with the ROM build is video recording and "SELinux is permissive".
Developers at the XDA Forums have successfully ported CyanogenMod 14 to various Android One devices, giving these smartphones Android 7.0 Nougat. It seems that there are still bugs to be worked out as there are some issues with cellular data connection.