Saturday, November 5, 2016

Samsung Starts Android Nougat Beta Program For The Galaxy S7 Edge

 
Samsung Start Android Nougat Beta Program For The Galaxy S7 Edge

Google released Android Nougat 3 months back, almost all the OEMs updated their new smartphones with the new OS like the LG V20 and Huawei Mate 9. But from Samsung we yet to see a big OTA update for their only high end smartphone in the market right now, the Galaxy S7 Edge. Luckily, it seems like Samsung is preparing a beta update for Galaxy S7 Edge users in the UK.





The disaster which happened with the company courtesy of Note 7, the company is really pushing Galaxy S7 Edge to improve, partially through software updates. Android Nougat brings a lot of extra functionality to the table on its own, but Samsung will also bring the Note 7’s unique features to the phone in that forthcoming update as well.

By using the “Galaxy Beta Program” app the S7 Edge, and standard S7 users will be able to register for the update to Android Nougat For now, the app is available through Samsung’s official Galaxy Apps store, or as an APK over on XDA. Samsung hasn’t officially confirmed further details on the program, but we should learn more soon. Users in the UK are reporting they are able to successfully register at this time.