Android Nougat 7.0 Update: The Reason Why Samsung Galaxy S7 Phones Can't Be Upgraded
The Korean technology giant, Samsung, began pushing out the major update lately and Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users are finally starting to see Android Nougat arrive on their devices. Reportedly, those who are lucky enough to receive the new software were applauding the upgraded features. However, apparently not all users were able to get Android Nougat on their phones.
Accordingly, if the device was purchased directly from Samsung or a SIM Only deal was opted for, it is more likely that some tasty Nougat treats can already be enjoyed. Nonetheless, if the deal was opted through a mobile operator, the buyer is possibly be stuck with an Android Marshmallow.
This is because the operators have to test the update that Samsung released before discharging it to their clients. Testing is said to be very important for operators since this will allow them to stop any bugs before the upgrade lands on the devices they will dispose of.
It is said that Android Nougat carries a number of major improvements and upgrades. Reportedly, is Google's most advanced software release to date.
Seemingly included are a number of new emoji, Google's new GIF keyboard, and launcher shortcuts, which adds 3D-Touch-esque features to the home screen. Google originally announced Nougat last summer and the internet giant's own-brand devices were the first to get access to the new features.
Meanwhile. a band of reports also implied that a number of graphic designers have cooked-up high-resolution extracts of what the smartphone could look like when it will be launched in the UK in April 2017 Play slideshow. Rumored Samsung Galaxy S8 will get a dramatic new design, with no buttons and an edge-to-edge display.
From the Samsung Galaxy S8's leaked photos, concept images and renders, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S8 is set to be the smartphone to beat this year.