The first Samsung devices that are going to receive the new Android 7.0 Nougat OS update are reportedly going to be Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, S6 and also Note 5. Owners of these devices should keep their eyes peeled for the update notification.
Samsung owners of different models should not worry and be patient because the updates are going to come to their devices and the reason behind this is that Samsung have officially announced that they are working on rolling-out the new OS update.
The Nougat OS updates have also been confirmed by the conglomerate T-Mobile. The company stated that Android 7.0 Nougat is in the Manufacturer Development version at the moment, and they are working hard on releasing the update as soon as possible.
The latest update Google reported regarding their maintenance release was back in August, and in that statement Google also said that users can expect updates and fixes for Android 7.0 Nougat to be released at a stable rate.
The release of Android 7.0 Nougat on Samsung devices is highly anticipated and hyped up by all Android users since is going to bring to them a different array of features. Features such as Quicker multi-tasking, the ability to use two apps at the same time, the lock screen will receive a wallpaper, and many more other new features.
The 7.1 beta version of Nougat can be downloaded and installed on some smartphones, so users can give it a try and bring some feedback to Google, but not all smartphones can run the new OS yet. The only devices that are ahead of the curve regarding the OS department are Nexus devices.
Rumors surrounding the time period the updates are going to roll out to Samsung’s Galaxy line of devices is supposedly going to be when Android 7.1 Nougat version is officially released, but keep in mind that Samsung has not confirmed anything officially, and these are just speculations.
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