It’s becoming an era to roll out the latest Android Nougat flavour to the flagship smartphones by their respective manufacturers. Contributing to the same, the smartphone giant, Samsung has announced that its Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones will be soon updated to the Android Nougat.
The company also stated that the OS is currently in beta phase and the developers are testing the same. It is still unclear that whether the carrier variant or the unlocked models will get the update first, but a report published on GSMArena noted that Vodafone Australia has updated their website to reflect that the update is under testing.
It is also not confirmed that which version of the Nougat will be rolled out for Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, however, the speculations suggested that the company will skip Android 7.0 and jump to version 7.1. As the company is testing the software, the company is yet to state that when the update will be rolled out to the end user.
The new OS for Samsung phones will be backed by an improved battery-saving mode alongside the options of upgraded notifications, tweaked Doze, multi-window, and in-line replies.