From all the way back when Samsung announced the Galaxy Beta Program for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, we have kept you updated every step of the way. However, it seems like the fifth Nougat beta update will be the last one, as Samsung is officially ending Galaxy Beta Program today.
While the rumors of the final Android 7.0 Nougat release for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge was floating around, it has been confirmed by the notice from Samsung. The South Korean tech giant sent out a beta notice to all the members of the Galaxy Beta Program, informing about its formal ending on December 30.
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The company has also highlighted the exact time for the program to end at 24:00 and has thanked all its members for their interest and valuable feedback in making the final release better. The Galaxy Beta App will now no longer entertain individual feedback related to “Error report” and “Suggestion”.
With ending Galaxy Beta Program, Samsung is yet to announce the exact date for the public release of Nougat but has confirmed it “distribute the official version in January as soon as possible”. As it has been reported earlier, the company will be bumping up the software version for the public release, so users will be directly greeted with Android version 7.1.1.
Are you among the Galaxy Beta Program members who have been a part of the Nougat beta updates for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge? Do let us know which feature you think will be most popular when Nougat comes out for the two devices next month.
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