All major US carriers have revealed exactly when they will roll out the last update to Samsung Galaxy Note7 units on their network. To begin with, T-Mobile will push out the update after Christmas, on December 27.
On the other hand, AT&T and Sprint will roll out the update early next year - January 5 and January 8, respectively.
Verizon, as you might already know, has made it clear that it's not participating in the roll-out of this update. The carrier explained the reason behind its decision in a detailed statement which you can read here.
To quickly refresh, unlike previous updates that capped the battery charge to certain levels, this new update won't allow the phone to charge at all, effectively making it useless.
I recently flew from UK to Dubai and to Poland. Both times they've mentioned, that Note 7 is banned, and if you have one, you must deposit it to the crew. Not all the airlines have done it, but most of them did. And in case of Brits, it's "we never s...
hey. what about the nogut update in s7 at&t. In which month of 2017 it will get the nogut update?
Would you buy it?