Samsung's Android 7.0 Nougat beta program for Galaxy S7 phones may soon come to more countries

Samsung's Android 7.0 Nougat beta program for Galaxy S7 phones may soon come to more countries
Samsung's Galaxy Beta Program is already up and rolling in the US, the UK, South Korea, and China, allowing Galaxy S7 and S7 edge owners to test-drive beta Android 7.0 Nougat builds before Samsung is ready to roll out the final version of the OS. If you're not living in these countries, you currently can't get in the Galaxy Beta Program but there's reason to believe that this might change in the near future.

According to evidence originally posted by Sammobile, the Android 7.0 Nougat beta program could expand in the Philippines next week. The information was allegedly supplied by a Samsung Philippines support representative in a live chat with a Galaxy fan who asked when the Nougat Beta will come to the local market.

While this is not an official announcement, the support representative may have let slip the fact that Samsung is planning to expand the Galaxy Beta Program's availability to other markets. If need be noted, Samsung doesn't roll out the Android 7.0 Nougat beta builds to all S7-series owners. Instead, there are only limited beta-tester spots available and users have to pre-register to take part in the program.

For more details on the changes and new features that Samsung is currently test-driving through its Galaxy Beta Program, check out the following links:

What do you guys think, are you guys hoping for the Samsung Galaxy Beta Program to launch in your country? Or would you rather wait for Samsung to iron out all of (or most) bugs and launch the final version?

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source: Sammobile


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