Samsung galaxy s7 and Samsung galaxy s7 edge had been in beta testing which came to an end with results before the beginning of the year. Now it seems like the most awaited moment has finally arrived. The official announcement has been penned down and Samsung Galaxy s7 and Galaxy S7 edge owners who have been the part of beta are now invited to update their smartphones to the first official public release of Android 7.0 nougat.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Smartphone Android Nougat Update
A report was generated before this week that Samsung is planning to launch Android 7.0 Nougat on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge on January 17. It appears that January 17 is the date for the non-beta testers who are waiting for the Nougat to arrive as the users of the following devices who had participated in the previous soak tests, have already started receiving the update notification one week earlier than anticipated launch date.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Android Nougat Features
As is usually the case always happened that the update is released in phases and availability will continue to expand by the following weeks. It’s important to notice that despite of expectations, the software package includes the January 1 security patch, the OS version is indeed Android 7.0 Nougat as opposed to Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Either you go on any side, Beta testers need to download the package weighing 215 MB, but the question is, if non beta users have to download the package weighing same amount or larger in size.
Now what users can expect from Android 7.0 Nougat, the update introduces several transformations to Samsung’s previous user interface and several Samsung based applications have also been reshaped to accommodate a cleaner vision. Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge users can look forward to number of improved features including more battery life and higher performance, better multitasking along with the usage of multi-window mode and even to ability of changing the resolution of the on screen menu items in order to increase or decrease their size. You need to keep an eye on the notification bar or you can do it yourself in the phone’s setting menu.