The Samsung Android 7.0 Nougat update will soon be a reality for several models. These models include the Galaxy S7 Edge, S6 Edge, Note 5 and many others. Users had earlier expressed their disappointment at the slow rolling out of Android Marshmallow.
The Samsung Android 7.0 Nougat update is a much needed upgrade for thousands of smartphone users. Users had earlier expressed their unhappiness at the slow Marshmallow roll-out. Samsung is now seeking to correct this by releasing the very latest Android 7.0 Nougat update.
The Samsung Android 7.0 Nougat update will be applicable for models like the S6, Tab S2, S6 Edge and Galaxy S7. The models mentioned above will also get this latest update. Samsung has already made the Galaxy Beta Program available for the S7 Edge and S7 in several markets.
European customers have thus got a feel of the second beta test. This has enabled the firsthand trial of Android 7.0 Nougat prior to the public roll out of the same. This is also imperative for taking care of any issues or glitches. Mobile & Apps has reported that these updates are being currently made for the Galaxy Tab S2 and Galaxy Note5.
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New firmware updates will be given to these two models soon. The Android 7.0 Nougat beta trial is set to conclude by mid-December 2016. This indicates that the public rollout could be some time before the year ends. It could also be at the very beginning of 2017.
As per sources, the new OS will be initially available for the S7 Edge and S7. This will then be introduced for the other models. Other models to get this update will be the S6 Active, S6 Ironman, and S6 Edge+.
Major benefits of this update will include the VR interface, Grace UX, and multi-window answer notifications. Other features include Google Assistant, easy upgrades, instant apps and data saver. The new OS will also offer better power productivity and packaged notifications in tandem with boosted Java 8 language support.