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Samsung Is Rolling Out Another Nougat Beta Update For The Galaxy S7 And Galaxy S7 Edge

By Staff Reporter , Dec 20, 2016 05:45 PM EST
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Tech giant Samsung has started rolling out another Nougat beta firmware for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, which could be the last update for these flagships under the program for 2016. The latest beta is characterized for being the smallest at 280 MB, and for not presenting any major change with the usual stability improvements and bug fixes, except for the removal of Samsung Notes as a pre-installed app.

Only For Those That Are Enrolled In The Galaxy Beta Program

According to the International Business Times, this update is only available for the users of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge that are enrolled in the Galaxy Beta Program, which could be the last update of this kind that both smartphones receives, since the company is slated to release the OTA update to the mobile devices early next year.

In fact, there are other smartphone manufacturers as HTC or Sony that have already start using the OTA Android Nougat to their flagships, which mean that Samsung is practically forced to do this in order of not getting behind the competition. Although it would be great that this update could be available for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge, it actually can be used with the next flagships by the Galaxy S8 or the Galaxy Note 8.

Galaxy S7 And Galaxy S7 Edge Users Will Excel Their Experience With This Update

As reported by GSMARENA, this is the fourth update that Samsung has rolled out as part of the Galaxy beta program, and the most relevant improvements can be seen in gaming and browsing, which would excel the experience of anyone who uses the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. If you already have this Nougat beta update in one of these phones, but still want the Samsung Notes, you can download it from the Galaxy apps or Google Play store.

The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge have been considered two of the most incredible smartphones this year, to the point in which the South Korean company could move forward from the Galaxy Note 7 recall, which was one of its worst moments ever.

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