Galaxy S7/S7 Edge Nougat beta program ends, stable version to arrive in January
Back in early 2015, When Samsung released Android Lollipop for Galaxy S5, the update brought not only new features but also a plethora of bugs for users. Samsung learned from it and started the beta program for major updates to its flagship S-series. As a result, Galaxy S6/S6 Edge was updated to Marshmallow without any significant issue.
The tech giant continues to do the same and launched yet another beta series for Nougat update to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. The program begun in mid-November and the company pushed out 5 betas for Galaxy S7/S7 Edge users.
Samsung issued a beta notice to participants about the shutdown of the programme on 30th December. And also promised to roll-out stable Android Nougat update to all Galaxy S7/S7 Edge users in January 2017. The company already confirmed to push newer Android version 7.1.1, so expect to see latest goodies like night light, superior touch/display performance, seamless A/B system updates, Daydream VR mode and more.