Android Nougat 7.0 rolls out to Samsung Galaxy (2016)
Android Nougat 7.0 now rolls out to the Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016). Users from countries such as Germany and Hungary report that they can download the update. This probably means that Nougat for the A3 in the coming days and weeks to everyone in Europe rolls out. Keep your device so stay tuned.
The update will be offered automatically. If you have no patience, then manually check if the update is already waiting for you. By going to the phone settings, scroll down and tap About Phone. Then select System updates. If the update is ready you will receive instructions to download and install. Otherwise, you must have patience.
Note here that the update to Nougat takes quite a bit of space. By default, there is 16GB of storage space in the Galaxy A3, which is expandable to 64GB via a memory card. The update requires nearly 1GB of free space. It is certainly worthwhile. Besides that you set with Nougat safer, you also get a bunch of new features.
It is possible with Nougat to place two apps on the screen simultaneously. This obviously gives a lot of new opportunities to work on your smartphone, or for example, while watching a video and tweeting.
The alerts go with Nougat on the shovel. You now respond more easily to a message directly from the notification. Also gonna Galaxy A3 longer with Nougat because Android Doze power saving function has been improved. If the device is a stationary battery with Nougat will drain more slowly. Also, consider our complete Android 7.0 (nougat) overview of all improvements.