The Samsung Galaxy S7 Android Nougat Is Now Available, But There´s A Huge Problem
Although the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge were two of the most outstanding mobile devices in 2016, the only detail that customers demanded was the latest Android Nougat update, since this would excel both flagships quality, and Samsung fans would have a blast rolling with an extraordinary phone with these characteristics. Fortunately, the update is now available, but even when this brings great news, there´s a little problem that could be extremely annoying.
A Quite Uncomfortable Situation For Samsung´s Fan
According to Express, the Samsung Galaxy S7 series now can get the Android Nougat update, but the thing is that not everyone can download it straight away. In fact, the situation is quite absurd, since the launch of this update was expected to be on January 17, but some users reported that the full update is appearing on the devices. Naturally, this has created a huge chaos for those who have one of the Samsung Galaxy S7 phones, and the South Korean company hasn't provided any explanation about this event.
Apparently, the Android Nougat update has been rolled out slowly, and the beta testers of the operating system seem to be prioritized and have the chances of getting them ahead of time. Of course, this is something that won´t be exactly comfortable for the company, considering that this kind of incidents usually ends up with several customers complaining, which is a thing that Samsung needs to avoid, especially in a moment when is just about to unveil the highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S8.
The Android Nougat Update Will Bring Great Features To The Samsung Galaxy S7 Series
As reported by GSMARENA the update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge brings a new notification system, an improved UI and performance, and an improved multi-window mode that customers will definitely love. Also, the update will include some new emojis, a "launcher shortcuts" that will add 3D-touch-esque features to the home screen, and a new GIF keyboard.
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