In a move that has dropped hints about Android Nougat officially rolling out to users of Samsung's flagship Galaxy S7 Edge, the smartphone users in certain geographies are now on the verge of being seeded with a beta variant of Google's latest operating platform. Hence, owners of the Samsung galaxy Note 7 are advised to keep their eyes and ears open for the new firmware.
Now, as far as the latest Nougat beta is concerned, the firmware is slated to take-off from the UK, applicable to the Galaxy S7 Edge and probably the Galaxy S7 as well. Galaxy S7 (and Galaxy S7 Edge) users desirous to check out Android Nougat features are required to download the Galaxy Beta Program application through the Samsung Galaxy Apps repository. At this very point in time, the Galaxy Beta program for Android Nougat is yet to officially take-off.
Samsung loyalists wanting to check out official notifications about Samsung's Galaxy Beta Program can click here to navigate to a reliable source. Nonetheless, Application Programming Kits (APK) for the Android Nougat beta test is also available for download manually from, here. Remember that downloading the APK lets you register for the Samsung Beta program to test Android Nougat. Acceptance of your registrations would be solely dependent on Samsung's discretion.
With the above Beta Program nearly active in the UK, it should only be a matter of time before Samsung Galaxy loyalists in geographies such as the US, India, Australia, the Middle east and more are given an opportunity to register (to test Android Nougat).