Samsung mobile phone | Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Gets Android Nougat

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Mobile Phone | The Samsung announced on Last Thursday that owners of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge can test out the latest Google software, Android Nougat. says CNet

The latest Android update has been announced to come in the aforementioned devices back in August.

Android 7.0 Nougat was unveiled in August 2016 and it is currently available in all Nexus phones. Although, Samsung's Galaxy series are the most popular smartphones in the market they are pretty late in the line to release Nougat. However, Samsung releases a beta version of the OS to make sure users have the best experience of the OS when it is out for an official release. Also, Galaxy fans are hoping that the official release of Android Nougat is not far away!

Starting Nov. 9, Galaxy S7 users in U.S, UK. and Korea can receive the Android Nougat update. To apply the latest Android software, users must download Galaxy Beta Program app or the Samsung Members app.

The company also said that the beta version will soon be available for users in China.

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Users who have a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge can download the Android 7.0 Nougat beta version and provide feedback on their experience. According to Samsung's statement "Throughout the Galaxy Beta Program period, users can get a feel for Android 7.0 Nougat with Samsung's latest UX, and can provide feedback on performance, reliability and usability".  The company also stated that these responses will them develop much more reliable, and better performing software that will offer an improved and optimized user experience.


The Android 7.0 Nougat is has improved performance, battery optimization and notification options along with night mode for reading, multi-window options and various other value-added features.

Last year, the Korean company also launched the Galaxy Beta Program to let its users test the Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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