It was a matter of “when” instead of “If” that the guys at Samsung started trying to fix all those little details they always have had during they reign.
They are now letting users have a taste of what the upcoming versions of Android for Galaxy will feel like.
Android 7.0 Nougat is the latest instalment of the Android ecosystem, and as far as today only two 2016 phones have it.
And something that has always been an issue with Samsung is timely updates, but this time they seem to have a different strategy to make updates faster by letting userw get involve.
The program is available since November 9th to users residing in the U.S., U.K. and Korea, with China soon to join.
Some things you need to have in mind:
For the U.K, the beta program is only available to users of S7 and S7 edge who have a non-operator locked device or have purchased an open market version.
Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games Limited Edition and Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition are excluded from the program.
So if you happen to have a locked carrier version of the phone or one of those extremely rare and expensive “Special Editions” you’re so “special” that you can’t participated in something for the normal S7 user.
So run as fast as you can to get your taste of Nougat and the Grace UX found on the Note7 with all those little tweaks to the AOD and other small things that will make your phone feel like new again.