After various companies like HTC, Huawei and Sony have announced the Android 7.0 Nougat updates for their devices; Samsung is also taking a step in this regard. Samsung is finally going to make good on its promise of updating Nougat for its phones. The first foremost updating of Nougat will be on S7 Edge flagship & Galaxy S7 flagships. If you own the two mentioned phones then you are going to get your Android Nougat version updated very soon.
Android 7.0 Nougat
Moreover, these two smartphones are not the only which are going to be updated Android Nougat version. Furthermore, the company has revealed the list of its devices which are going to get the software update.
These are some of the Samsung phones which are going to get the Android 7.0 Nougat version.
- Galaxy A3
- Samsung Galaxy Note 5
- Galaxy S6 edge+
- Samsung Galaxy S6
- Galaxy S6 edge
- Samsung Galaxy A8
The smartphones are not only the devices whose soft wares will be updated. Moreover, the two Samsung Tablets will get the Android Nougat software updated as well.
- Galaxy Tab S2 LTE (unlocked variant)
- Galaxy Tab A with S Pen
All of the Samsung devices that are mentioned above will get the Nougat update version in the first of the year 2017.
The upgrades over Marshmallow incorporate a superior notification system supporting direct answers, which Google is attempting to get each manufacturing company to bring to their mobile phones with Nougat.
Furthermore, the UI (user interface) is currently somewhat cleaner, removing the name titles starting from the drop-down notification menu and other visual progressions.
There are more battery-lasting performance options than before. Moreover, there will be 4 diverse performance modes, each with their own optimizations and resource usage.
Hopefully, you will be able to try the majority of these components yourself within the near future.