Samsung is ending the Galaxy beta program after a few iterations of successful testing. Presumably, this means a stable release is just about ready to be pushed out to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
Details after the break.
More specifically, Samsung will be ending the beta program on December 30 at 24:00 or December 31 at 00:00. It doesn’t seem like users on the program will have to roll back, but from here on out, there won’t be any new beta releases or even a way to provide feedback on the update.
In the notification, obtained by The Android Soul, Samsung says they’ll be doing their best to put out a stable release in January “as soon as possible.”
So, keep your eyes peeled, folks. Android 7.0 Nougat is long overdue for these devices, and owners of Unlocked variants should be getting it within a little under a month now. Now, when carrier variants will be getting the update, that’s completely up in the air at this point.
source: The Android Soul