The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 no longer in performance, Samsung’s software priorities have shifted in the meanwhile — it’s time to get the lone surviving flagship duo up and to operate on Android 7.0 Nougat. We’re, of course, speaking about the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
Samsung appears to be quite far along in their upgrade process as the company is now prepared to begin dishing out beta updates. We already know people in the UK will see some enjoyable soon. However, new support documents verify that those in the US will also be able to try it out.
We even have a thought on the date it’ll start, and the carriers who will be participating, with Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon all mentioned to be putting their names into the fold beginning November 11th. Samsung expects the period to last via mid-December (which presumably and hopefully indicate that’s when a stable rollout can begin), however not without warning that the date may potentially slip.
Anyway, if you wish to be sure you’re in, then all you’ll have to do is head to the Samsung Galaxy Apps Store in your phone and search for the Galaxy Beta Program app. Enter all required details there and, when you’re lucky, you’ll be chosen to participate in the beta once it begins rolling out. The update contains the enhanced version of Doze, seamless software updates, the Always-on screen, the Grace UX and more.
Hope You Love The Article “We’ve got Android 7.0 Nougat beta running on a Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge” Keep Tuned For More Updates.