With the latest version of the Android Nougat operating system still in beta stage, tech companies are busy innovating features that can only be utilized through their respective products. Samsung is among those organizations that are keen in installing a useful component for their users and fans.

Based on client notes and forums, Samsung is being requested to incorporate fingerprint gestures on their devices. The idea may have originally stemmed out from Google's Pixel products.

It should be noted that the Pixel and the Pixel XL have a specification that permit users to go directly to the notification section when they swipe the fingerprint sensor downwards.

In response to a tester inquiry, Samsung has stated that it will enhance the fingerprint scanner soon.

Different angles are possibly being examined by the South Korean manufacturer as of late. With the user's fingers all over the unit most of the time, setting the sensor in front or at the back actually makes sense.

When the current beta phase of the OS will be finalized, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge will become the first models of the Seoul-based group to run the system. As of late, major mobile manufacturers will be launching their top brands with the new version of the Android Nougat OS.

With the Nougat still undergoing testing procedures, Samsung intends to rename its user interface. From Touchwiz, the mode will become Samsung Experience.

In line with this, the Galaxy beta program has already instituted a vital update in December. An Android security patch is already up and running.

Some manufacturers are also experimenting with the fingerprint display. They intend to use the sensor as a shutter button for capturing images.

With the Mobile World Congress (MWC) fast approaching, it is possible that Samsung will be revealing the approaches integrated into the beta version. Most likely, the release of the Galaxy S8 will be the gateway to such modifications.