Samsung pushing out Note 7 softwares to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge
It was a bitter-sweet experience for Samsung themselves and the customers that had been able to get their hands on the Galaxy Note 7 its before the first and the second recalls came in and it is sure that for these that might have used the device and started to fall in love with t, it would be hard for them to let go and even consider using another smartphone.
This might be one of the main reasons why the users of the device in the US aren’t so glad to return their own units even though they have been offered up to $100 on returns. To then better make the option of going for either a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge on return, Samsung has started to roll out a cool software update to the latter duo.
The update has brought on board most of the latest software that were seen on the Note 7 and this would surely entice more people to go for a replacement now. Not that the update would only bring limited features since the S7 and S7 Edge have no support for an S Pen and that would surely limit what but can work on.
Given that this aforementioned duo would still be keeping up the space of the company’s flagships, it is only natural that they get to be the ones to rock the software.
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