Samsung Galaxy S7 edge in Malaysia received Android 7.0 Nougat update!

Screenshot_20170125-155938Samsung Galaxy S7 edge in Malaysia received Android 7.0 Nougat update!

A week ago, Samsung initiated the Android 7.0 Nougat global update for their Galaxy S7 and S7 edge devices.

Today, users in Malaysia have been prompted with the latest version of Android along with Google’s latest software improvements with a dash of TouchWiz design.

The biggest changes can be found in the notification tray — swipe down and you’ll notice that the Quick Panel interface looks cleaner than before, with titles removed from each icon.

The “second depth,” opened with a subsequent downward swipe, has been reworked too with grouped icons. Notifications have also been bundled for easier sorting, and now support direct replies.

The latest Nougat update now also support split screen for apps.

This over-the-air update reworked the on-screen mechanism used to adjust the size of each window.

There’s also a “pop-up window” mode that can run up to five app at once. Along with the regular split-screen mode, that’s a new maximum of seven apps.

Samsung Pass is added alongside a fingerprint-activated key for website logins, and a new Performance Mode that lets you activate various battery saving options which include a Optimized Mode, that promises to improve your phone’s stamina and speed, and Entertainment Mode, which boosts sound and image quality for your favorite movies and TV shows.

For those users who have yet to receive this update, you can check manually for the software update in Settings-About device.

This update will take up 1318.38MB of your storage. Make sure you have enough space to perform the update.