Samsung usually releases the new Android OS update to its flagships quite fast. In fact, the company has released the Android Nougat update for the Galaxy S7, but now, the owners of the Galaxy S6 are wondering when the new operating system will hit their handsets.
You should know that the Android Nougate update for the Galaxy S6 certificate by Wi-Fi Alliance, a non-profit company that certifies Wi-Fi products, has emerged last week. We should mention that the Galaxy S6 was one of the devices that have been listed to receive the update in the first half of 2017. As expected, all variants of the device, including the Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus were included in the mentioned lineup.
The Android Nougat comes with many new features and options. One of the features is multi-window, which will finally allow you to run two or more applications on the same screen without having to switch from an application to another all the time. The new operating system also comes with performance mode, an Always On feature and some improved battery usage. You will also notice a small boost on the download speeds for applications and software.
Samsung Pass is another feature that Android Nougat will come with. This is a fingerprint-enabled feature, which will act as a master key for website logins on Samsung handsets. You will be able to log into selected apps and websites by just using your fingerprint instead of filling the credentials all the time.
Samsung has started the Android Nougat update for the Galaxy S7 on January 17, 2017. It is not sure yet when Galaxy S6 will receive the update, but as soon as the South Korean makes an announcement, we will let you know!
What are your thoughts about the Android Nougat? Will you install it on your Galaxy S6 once it will be available?
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