Nougat Update rolls out for unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7
All the participants of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge Nougat beta program have already been sent the official OTA of the latest version of Android.
Nougat was opposed to officially begin rolling out on January 17, and there are reports of the handsets receiving the major update on unlocked models (SM-G930F and SM-G935F), many of which are in the UK. The update weighs in at about 1.2 to 1.3GB whose build number is XXU1DPLT.
A user on Reddit who has been giving updates, reported that Vodafone UK agent confirmed the S7 update will being rolling out to carrier units starting Monday, January 23.
The users must note that the Nougat update for the S7 and S7 edge is Android 7.0.1 and not Android 7.1.1. There's still no word on if and when we'll see that version of Android in Samsung's flagships.
The new update brings improved optimizations throughout the firmware, as well as refined features from Samsung such as improved Always On Display features, superior notification control, improved quick toggles, as well as battery enhancements.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S8 rumor mill is in full force. Just yesterday, the Galaxy S8's glass panel was allegedly photographed.