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Samsung Galaxy S8 looks set to be the smartphone to beat this year. Following a swathe of rumours from the Chinese supply chain, a number of graphic designers have cooked-up high-resolution renders of what the smartphone could look like, when it launches in the UK in April 2017
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Samsung Galaxy S8 will get a dramatic new design, with no buttons, and an edge-to-edge display
An exclusive poll by Express.co.uk has revealed thousands of Galaxy S7 Edge users still can't get access to Android Nougat.
The major update was released by Samsung almost two weeks ago, yet 90 per cent of people who took our poll say they still haven't got the new features on their phone.
Android Nougat was first unveiled last year and was originally pushed out on Google's own-brand devices such as the all-new Pixel.
This update brings a number of major improvements and upgrades, marking the Google’s most advanced software release to date.
These include a number of new emoji, Google’s new GIF keyboard, and “launcher shortcuts” which adds 3D-Touch-esque features to the homescreen.
So why are so many people still unable to their hands on Nougat?
Samsung Galaxy S7 Nougat update
If you bought your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge directly from the Korean tech giant or on a SIM only deal it's likely you've already got Nougat.
However, if your device is on contract via a mobile operator you won't be getting any tasty treats just yet.
All the major operators have to test the update Samsung releases before unleashing it on their customers.
Testing is hugely important as it gives networks the chance to stop any bugs before the upgrade lands on devices.
US mobile operator, T-Mobile, confirmed that it is testing Android Nougat and customers should have it soon.
And EE, has also revealed that it is testing Google's latest operating system.
In a statement to Express.co.uk an EE spokesperson said: "Like the majority of UK networks, we’re working with Samsung and hope to have an approved nougat O/S file to roll out to our Galaxy S7 customers shortly.”
To check if your Android phone is ready to updated head to Settings > About device > download updates manually.
Along with the Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung has just revealed its latest A3 and A5 devices which will also be getting Nougat soon.
The new cut-priced phones have just gone on sale today and offer flagship features at almost half the price of the Galaxy S7.
Both phones feature a metal and glass design, waterproof case and cameras which, Samsung says, makes taking picture much easier for amateur photographers.