Samsung rolls out Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge updates to US users
Across various regions, we have been seeing the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge get their updates and the first was in Italy with an update that weighed about 70MB and the next one was in India, as reported yesterday, and this one was weighing at about 150MB instead because it even packed additional features such as an update to the recently launched Samsung Cloud services and the all new Gallery application that made its debut on the Galaxy Note 7. This is in line with the promise that the OEM had made that they would be providing very regular updates to their Note and S series.
To further expand their update rollout, we have now seen the manufacturer also push the update to its devices in the United States and that means that we would be getting it elsewhere soon too. Being a maintenance release, this one is not expected to take the devices off the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 stand they currently are on but it’s sure to bring in the security patch for the month of August.
As per main issues addressed by the new software release, the problem that was faced due to the operations of SideSync have all been fixed and if you are yet to get your own notification, head over to settings and manually check because it is an OTA update too.
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