Samsung Galaxy S7: Its processor would prevent the deployment of Android Nougat in China

Techno 18 January, 2017

Samsung has stopped the deployment of Android Nougat on the Galaxy S7 in China. A decision made by the presence of a bug present in the final version!
Saying that the deployment of Android Nougat is highly anticipated by the users of the Galaxy S7 is an understatement. The latest version of the operating system of Google is a real success and its deployment on the flagship of Samsung promises enormously. But while Europe gets gradually this update , its output in China has simply stopped. The cause of such a decision of the firm? A bug present in the Samsung Galaxy S7, the Blue Reef was confirmed in Europe (and soon in France) . A more stable update would be currently being developed by the Korean teams so as not to deprive the Chinese market of Nougat.

Android Nougat is no longer deployed in China on the Galaxy S7
The update 1.2 GB (still!) Would be a problem because of the Qualcomm chip phone in China . Because in this country, it is this model that officiates as a processor while in Europe, users have the model Exynos. Not to mention that the latter two do not have the same references, reinforcing the idea that yes, smartphones vary from one country to another. The Chinese owners of the Samsung Galaxy S7, a modular battery was presented at CES 2017 , will probably be slightly disappointed to have to wait longer than others. But with a smartphone that is one of the best on the market, the wait will be worthwhile! What do you think ?