Looks like the Nougat update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, which is currently being beta tested by the South Korean company, will soon be rolled out to the general public. That's because the update has moved into the carrier testing stage.
Specifically, Vodafone Australia has updated their website to reflect that the update is under testing.
While there's no mention of the exact Nougat version that's being tested by the carrier, we know that both Galaxy S7 and S7 edge will skip Android 7.0 and jump straight to version 7.1.
Also, there's currently no official word on exactly when the public roll out will begin, although given that carriers have already started testing the update, we expect that to happen sooner than later.
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Yeah, and wed rather have Google launching updates every two weeks, with minimal bugs and better experience overhaul, but instead lets tell them to take theyr time and keep up with the others. What can you say about that? Guess some companies know th...
You guys ain't getting the update till the S8 is out hahaha