Android 7.0 Nougat starts appearing to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge devices

Recently Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge have had the privilege of receiving the latest Android system update. Android 7.0 Nougat has started to appear on unlocked devices in the UK, China and US, even though the beta testers of the update have had the final version for not longer than a week.

This is a pretty exciting piece of news since this update brings many attractive and beneficial new features.

For example, the interface of the Quick Panel has a purer look, which gives it a needed freshness, the icons are easier to find, access is now available to many new features when it comes to notifications, the split screen view has been altered while the number of apps that can run  simultaneously has  been increased.

These are just a few of the new features that really stand out. There are many more adjustments made in the entertainment performance and also, Samsung pass, allowing Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge holders to log into some apps with their fingerprints.

To get a better feel of what this Android 7.0 Nougat update has improved, most mobile phone owners will just have to be patient until their carriers approve the new Android 7.0 update. There is always relevant firmware available for the impatient ones, but unless you are from the UK, US or China and own an unlocked handset, it is best to restrain yourself. But once the update is available, your patience will be rewarded because this update really modifies the old versions and brings something better.

There is always relevant firmware available for the impatient ones, but unless you are from the UK, US or China and own an unlocked handset, it is best to restrain yourself. But once the update is available, your patience will be rewarded because this update really modifies the old versions and brings something better.

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