Android 7.0 Nougat update adds more functionality to Galaxy S7 flagships
Samsung has been beta testing the new Android OS on Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge flagships for a while. The wait is now over. Android 7.0 Nougat is officially available for download, and it began rolling out on 17th January. Prior to release, the company had a couple of weeks of testing, which is why the internet has recently been talking about its official release.
The U.K, U.S, Korea and Czech Republic are the countries where Nougat 7.0 beta testing began for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge owners. These countries are also the first to benefit from this official release. However, several online reports indicate that Android 7.0 Nougat update is now rolling out globally.
As we reported earlier, Samsung planned to improve UI functionality and Always-on display of the device. As to whether it was really the initial plan for the Galaxy S7 duo to leapfrog to Android 7.1 Nougat, we cannot tell. However, the official word is out, and it is Android v7.0 Nougat that’s being rolled out.
Functionality added by the Android 7.0 Nougat update promises to deliver to Galaxy S7 more in terms of usability, multi-tasking, quick panel access, performance and faster download speeds. The UX is also now such a looker.
Android 7.0 Nougat update main additions:
Improved Quick Access panel and notifications
The new Quick Access panel is now nice, nifty, looking more refined. Titles have been removed from icons in the first depth panel section. Second depth icons have been organized into groups of nine. This has made them easier to locate.
An integrated S Finder allows users to search and locate anything on their smartphone or internet. And this can be done right from the Quick Panel. Users can also reply directly to app notifications, which have grouped cleverly as well for easy access.
Multi-window for multi-tasking
For those of you who multi-task, window sizes can be easily adjusted via an improved controller. You can create neat split screens quite easily. On top of split-screen views, there is also a new pop-up window functionality with support of up to 5 separate windows. This allows users to access a maximum of seven apps at the single any time.
Android 7.0 Nougat update has brought Performance Mode feature into the Galaxy S7 flagships. This four-mode feature enables users to optimal use smartphones for the intended use. Users can activate one of the four modes at a time. There is the Optimized mode for improving battery life and enhancing processor speed suitable for normal daily use. Game mode adds functionality tools such as Game Launcher and Game Tools. Entertainment mode on the other hand optimizes your media-tastes by enhancing sound and image quality. Finally, High performance mode is for top performance, but of course demands more of the battery and processor.
Lastly, the Android 7.0 Nougat update adds Samsung Pass. This is a feature that works as a master key for logging into websites on Samsung Internet, for instance while browsing over the Gear VR headset. The app uses fingerprint login to a limited number of websites and apps using Samsung Pass. Samsung plans to expand this feature into mobile banking.http://www.cellwebstar.com/galaxy-s7-android-7-0-nougat-update-adds-functionalityhttp://www.cellwebstar.com/wp-content/uploads/Android-7.0-Nougat-update.jpghttp://www.cellwebstar.com/wp-content/uploads/Android-7.0-Nougat-update-150x150.jpgBlogNougat,Samsung Galaxy S7,Samsung Galaxy S7 EdgeSamsung has been beta testing the new Android OS on Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge flagships for a while. The wait is now over. Android 7.0 Nougat is officially available for download, and it began rolling out on 17th January. Prior to release, the company had a couple...Isaac MDaniel A. Okaalidansu86@hotmail.comAdministratorCellwebstar.com