Earlier this week, Samsung started its Nougat beta test for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. With early registrants of the program getting the beta Nougat OTA update and the firmware itself leaking, screenshots showing the new Grace UI on the S7 have been posted by the folks over at SamMobile.
The screenshots show that the Nougat update will bring Grace UX to the Galaxy S7 and its edge sibling. Samsung had first debuted Grace UX with its ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 before it had to pull the handset from the market due to an explosion risk.
Besides the new white theme and UI changes introduced in Grace UX, the Nougat update for the Galaxy S7 will also introduce a lot of features that were found on the Note 7 first. This includes the enhanced and more customizable Always On Display mode, Blue light filter, a new system font that Samsung debuted earlier this year called SamsungOne, Device Maintenance menu to quickly optimize device performance, and more. The new customizable power savings mode that lets users reduce the screen resolution to preserve battery life is also present.
Check out the screenshots below to have a look at how Nougat on the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge will look like when it is released for the public later this year.
What do you think about the new Grace UX?[Via SamMobile]