Android Nougat for Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) starts rolling out
Samsung has just started rolling out the latest Android version, Android 7.0 Nougat update to their users of Galaxy A7 (2017) smartphones. The update is rolling out later they did it for their previously launched flagship device, in several countries from Europe and also in the US. The update for Galaxy A7 (2017), which bring =s up the Nougat to the devices is currently live only in Thailand and seems to be rolled out to more territorial boundaries soon.
The new update will upgrade the device firmware version into A720FXXU2BQGB and it will be available for SM-A720F model devices for now. The update itself weighs approximately 10.4GB in total, with the latest security patch update as well as the special features that have been integrating with the Nougat w=by the OEM itself. Few of the features listed like:
- New UI/UX
- Improved notifications and Quick Settings
- Different NEtwork Modes
- Dual Messenger MOde – it will enable the user to use multiple accounts on social networks
- Improved settings and AOD
- Improved space for App organization as per their storage location
- Improved usability and performance.
The company also enlists some of the bugs and their fixes which found commonly with the smartphonesz Like functionality difference in some apps, optimization issue with non-updated apps, etc. If you are a Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) user from Thailand, you can check whether you get the update or now. Update us with your experience about the Nougat on your A7 smartphone.