South Korean conglomerate Samsung first introduced their limited Android 7.0 Nougat beta program for their flagship Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone in October, and as you would have guessed by now, places in the beta program must have filled up pretty quickly. That would certainly not come across as a surprise, that is for sure. Well, it seems that there are some opportunities in this world that will knock on the proverbial door more than once, and this applies to the Android 7.0 Nougat beta program for the Samsung Galaxy S7. Registration for the second round in the beta program has opened up recently, so act quickly to sign up if you are interested!
Similar to the previous round, those who are interested will first need to download the Galaxy Beta Program app that can be found on the Samsung Galaxy Store before they are able to participate. It should not take too long to look for that in the Galaxy Beta Program, and once you have actually downloaded and installed it, all that it takes is to hit the “Registration” button and follow the on-screen instructions. At first, it did seem as though only folks living in the UK are able to sign up for it, but as the wind changes in the days to come, we are keeping our fingers crossed that folks who reside elsewhere too, will be able to gain access and participate in the second round of the Android 7.0 Nougat beta program.
In the first round, the beta program was made available to those living in countries such as the US, South Korea, and China. Why not expand the list to include other countries? That would certainly give it a more global flavor, so to speak, although the executives at Samsung have not stepped forward to confirm or deny any additional information as at press time.
It is nice to see Samsung work to deliver improvements where its beta program is concerned, rolling out fixes for bugs and glitches in the process prior to a global launch of the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Samsung Galaxy S7. Being on the third beta update already, the final build is still some time in coming. After all, many are expecting it to arrive some time early in 2017, which would be a minimum of a month, or a month more to wait at this rate. Do take note that the Android 7.0 Nougat beta program for the flagship Samsung Galaxy S7 will run all the way until the middle of December.
For those who are already part of the beta, what do you think of all that Android 7.0 Nougat delivers at this point in time? Has everything been fine and dandy to your liking, and what are some of the improvements or changes made that you would like to see? Certainly waiting a little while longer for a full fledged Android 7.0 Nougat update that works flawlessly should not be an issue for most.