The search for the new Android version in the US in underway since Samsung announced that the owners of the smart phones Galaxy 7 and Edge 7 are set to receive the new Android 7.0 Nougat update if they registered with the Galaxy Beta Program. iTech Post reports that the update will enable users to choose layouts for the Quick Panel toggles and added controls on the brightness and notification shades on display.
The will make the users aware that they are using the latest Android program used for current smart phones on sale in the market today. The first release of the update for Samsung phones was first done in the UK and so far, there have been positive initial feedbacks from the users.
As usual, beta testers are the first ones to see new features of the latest Android update which bring significant changes especially the marked improvement on the use of the Quick Panel. Tech Times said that the update also features additional menus on the grid and the 4 X 3 layout button.
Samsung announced that some of their phones like the Samsung Galaxy S7 Olympic Games Edition and the Samsung Edge 7 Injustice Edition are not covered by the new Android 7.0 Nougat update. In the UK, Galaxy S7 and Edge S7 phones in their original state and purchased in the open market are the ones that received the update.
Not all new smart phones are using the Android Nougat, which is the latest mobile operating system produced by Google. There are phones that already have the new operating system installed. Jobs & Hire has listed down some of the phones that are already installed with the latest Android operating system.