Samsung pushes out 5th Nougat beta update to the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge
Samsung is taking no chances with making sure that the Nougat update they would end up pushing to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge flagships are pitch perfect, and to that effect, they have released a new beta update of the operating system to their users who have signed up to the beta programme. Rolling out nearly a week after they released the last one, this would be the fifth beta update from the South Korean OEM so far, and that shows their dedication to the improvement and perfection of the OS before it hits their devices generally.
Only available in their home country of South Korea and the United Kingdom, the update is not a major one and so doesn’t bring an array of new features on board. There are some noticeable changes though as the update treats the problems of rebooting that has been complained about and also includes a transparent look for notifications on the home screen. There are also other bugs fixed in the system and a lot of effort directed towards the stabilisation of your unit.
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