In November, Samsung opened betas “Galaxy Beta Program” program for users of Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge devices could test and provide feedback on the upcoming release of Nougat to these terminals. After releasing the fourth major update last week, Samsung has announced that Android officer 7.1.1 Nougat and the final version will be available in their flagships in January.
Earlier this month, Samsung confirmed that when the final version of the latest operating system by Google would be under the Android 7.1.1 version Nougat, although the beta testers continue running 7.0-based firmware.
The last message they have received from Samsung users who are part of the betas of the Galaxy program, indicates that in January it will begin to get the latest version, as reported by the website SamMobile:
We would do everything possible to distribute the official version in January as soon as possible.
However, this message also leaves the door open to possible delays, so it currently cannot be assured to 100 percent that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will receive the upgrade to Android 7.1.1 Nougat in January.
Samsung also claims that the “Galaxy Beta program” came to an end the next day, December 30, come on, today itself to 0: 00. This means is that there will be no additional beta updates for users who are part of the program. With its closure, Samsung will no longer accept comments about bug-reporting, although if you plan to monitor “community”.
Finally, the company has shown its appreciation to all those who have participated in the “Galaxy Beta Program”. Now, based on feedback from the users, Samsung plans to implement as soon as possible the final version of Android 7.1.1 Nougat for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.