Last Week, Samsung announced that it would roll out stable Android 7.0 Nougat update for Galaxy S7 and S7 edge later this month. The company is now kicking off its rollout, and make its way initially to those who are enrolled in company’s beta program.
Nougat update will be transitioned to stable build via forced OTA update which is rolling out gradually. If you are signed up as a beta user and see the update message, you will have 30 seconds until phone reboots and starts installing the latest update.
The changelog for update details several User Experience performance fixes including the improvements to the notifications and multi-window mode and always-on-display and enhancements to the system upgrade and app installation process and if you are using Gear IconX earbuds you should update the firmware to new version before installing the update.
Stable OTA is going to roll out soon, it shouldn’t be to long until carrier specific variants receive the official update.
We will keep you updated on on this matter as soon as the company releases the Nougat update for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge.