zee, 15 Apr 2017I have not recived update 7.0 Nougat in my s6 edge plus f model its true or fake Im also wating for the update for my S6 edge+ 😭😭😭😭
I have not recived update 7.0 Nougat in my s6 edge plus f model its true or fake
Omar, 13 Apr 2017How is it ? is it faster ? does it have a better battery management ?Nothing can save that battery burner.
Omfg, I haven't received yet Nougat update for my Note 5! You have to be kidding me.
felix, 13 Apr 2017S5 getting 7.0 update?Lol, clearly not.
Samsung will not update a 3 years old phone on latest Android version.
After looking around every settings, i m disappointed that lowering screen resolution feature is not available for s6 edge Malaysia. You can still lower apps rendering resolution using game tuner though. The update also fix the problem where some apps that have been lower its rendering resolution can't work properly in multi window mode, now everything work as it should be .
Omar, 13 Apr 2017How is it ? is it faster ? does it have a better battery management ?Didn't feel any faster actually, battery life is almost the same, maybe need to wait for it to settle.The new GUI is very refreshing .
And here's a shocker. Verizon and Samsung team up to be even later on updating the Galaxy S6 in the United States. A former top of the line phone, still running a two gen old OS. Meanwhile my 5+ year old HP TouchPad, designed to run webOS, is running Android 7.1.2. Vendor lock-in FTW!
AnonD-533807, 13 Apr 2017Just done download the lates nougat update from Malaysia How is it ? is it faster ? does it have a better battery management ?
Haven't received pushing update notification from Cambodia. Anyone touch based on the global rollout schedule?
Joselius, 12 Apr 2017One thing I know from experienced, the carrier version always get updated first. Which carrier? I am with Verizon, and they have frequently been last out of the gate for upgrades.
I've had the update on my Sprint Note 5 since last Friday... Based on my experience so far: The good- Battery life seems a touch better,as long as you stay away from WiFi! The Bad- Virtually everything else. No kidding- notifications seem to have multiplied, WiFi connections are wonky at best- previously rock solid connections randomly drop and those that's require a login are not only a pain but kill the battery faster. Overall operation actually seems s-l-o-w-e-r... In all honesty, I'd stay within marshmallow and I'll go back first chance I get.