Samsung has reportedly started testing the Android 7.0 operating system on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge.
The phones shipped with the Android Marshmallow out of the box, but they are set to receive this update within this short period if reports are to be believed. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge are extremely important for the South Korean company even though sales of the Galaxy Note 7 have just resumed. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 came with a lot of excitement, but exploding units of the device led to a recall.
After sales was suspended for almost a year, it has just resumed to the relief of the company. As the top of the line Galaxy S devices, it was almost certain that the Android 7.0 would be available on the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge, but the early availability of the same is certainly surprising. Until now, Samsung has been slow at giving out updates to its phone and this was true even in case of the high-end devices. The recent issues, though, seems to have woken up the company.
First introduced on the Galaxy S7 twins, the Always On Display has received tremendous response, but it is now set to accommodate more apps in its notification.