The Developers at Samsung are working harder now to bring some good news for their fans who own their latest flagship devices the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge, and that good news is this leaked report about the testing of the Android 7.0 Nougat for these flagship devices. The latest leaks suggests that this updated version of the Android has been installed and tested on these Galaxy devices and the Geekbench results shown are quite impressive.
This shows that the authorities at Samsung seems to be more keen in presenting the Android 7.0 Nougat earlier then the scheduled November-December release. Other device owners like Galaxy Note 5, S6 or S6 Edge users who have been enlisted in the Android 7.0 update may have to wait longer the ones having the S7 and S7 edge devices.
Samsung is testing Android 7.0 on the Exynos variants of both these devices, so international unlocked variants might be the first ones to get the update. However, don’t expect the update to be rolled out just yet. These are just the first signs of testing, and it may take months before the final update is released by the company.
The South Korean smartphone giant could delay the release of Android 7.0 for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge to push more sales of the Galaxy Note 7. However, that’s just our guess. The company has improved its software update process by quite a lot compared to the past few years.