After a long wait, the Android 7.0 Nougat update for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge has started its release. The update comes with a set of new and improved features that gives Galaxy users a better mobile experience.
From the Quick Panel and Notifications to the Multi-Window feature, Samsung did not hold back in their updates. These updates provide easier access for the phone’s interface, allowing an adjustable split-screen view, new pop-up window function that can hold up to five separate windows, and the access to seven apps at the same time.
It also introduced the newly added Performance Mode that allows users to optimize their smartphones the way they want to use it. Whether it is for gaming or high performance, this useful feature has it covered. No need to customize it on your own, Performance mode will provide the best set-up for your convenience.
Samsung Pass, a feature that serves as a master key for website login on Samsung Internet, is also available for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. This feature allows users to use their fingerprint as easy log-in for sites and apps with Samsung Pass.
Aside from the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, other Samsung phones and tablets are also getting the Android Nougat update. Those listed below are some of the devices that are Nougat-compatible.
- Galaxy S6
- Galaxy S6 Edge
- Galaxy S6 Edge Plus
- Galaxy Note 5
- Galaxy Tab A with S Pen
- Galaxy Tab S2 (LTE unlock)
- Galaxy A3
- Galaxy A8
Though the list is brief, the devices included in the list must wait within the first half of the year before the update becomes available. However, the update’s feature may still vary depending on the country and its regulatory and legal environments. Another factor to consider is the difference between unlocked models and the carrier version.