The Galaxy S7 Edge. Image Credit: CNet.
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Samsung has officially rolled out its ‘Samsung Galaxy Beta Program‘, to lets users of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge try out the Android 7.0 Nougat before its public release. The Beta program is currently available for users in the US, UK, Korea, and China.

According to smartphone makers, not all it’s Samsung S7 handsets are eligible for the program. The Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games Limited Edition and Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition are excluded. Whereas users in UK with non-operator locked devices or have purchased an open market version handsets, with be eligible for the program.

How to use the program

Samsung is currently accepting applicants on a “First come, First served” basis, so there seems to be a limited quota for Beta testing. Therefore, sign up for the program using the Galaxy Beta Program app form from the Galaxy Apps store or the Samsung Members app from the Google Play Store.

The South Korean based smartphone makers never mentioned when the program will be available globally.

source: NDTV news