Samsung begins second phase of Galaxy S7/S7 edge Android 7.0 beta program, reopens registrations in the UK
If you own a Galaxy S7/S7 edge, live in the UK, but didn't manage to enroll in Samsung's ridiculously limited Android Nougat beta program, now is your chance! Samsung has reopened registrations for the Nougat beta program for S7/S7 edge owners in the UK and you'd better hurry because there is no word on how many free slots there are or what the deadline is.
In order to enroll in the program, you need to download the Galaxy Beta Program app from Galaxy Apps and fill out the application form through the “Registration” menu within the app. Don't put your hopes too high though, as registration alone is no guarantee that you will get in on that Nougat goodness any time soon. In order to be recruited as a beta tester, you will have to be selected by Samsung. If you are among the lucky ones, you will be notified via email. If not, well, better luck next time!
Apart from reopening registrations for the beta program, Samsung has also rolled out three updates to Nougat beta testers, dispelling a handful of bugs and adding some new features. If rumors are to be believed, Samsung may also reopen registrations for beta testers in the US next week.
If you want to know more about the Galaxy Beta Program and what to expect from the final release of Android Nougat on the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge, check out the stories below: