Mar 07, 2017 11:08 AM EST
Verizon has formally confirmed that it's presently pushing Android 7.0 Nougat to its Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. The updates started taking off today, but, these product updates can set aside some opportunity to hit all devices. If one have a Verizon Wireless Galaxy S7 or S7 edge, an update will come automatically, it will simply take a little time.
According to 9to5, out of the four major carriers, Verizon has been the only extraordinary carrier to not update its S7 family. Today, however, that is changing. The key features of the update recorded in Verizon's release notes include:
Enhanced battery management, Easier multitasking New photograph impacts preview screen, More customization for Always On Display, More secure site access with Samsung Pass fingerprint scanning, Flexible performance optimizations depending on client's usage needs, An updated keyboard with enhanced language forecasts and Ability to design automatic access to Wi-Fi when interfacing with routers and hotspots.
Here's how a client can update the Verizon Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, users can physically check for this update. To begin with, by going into Settings then go to About telephone. Second, pick Software updates and lastly tap the Check for updates. Simply ensure you're connected to a WiFi network and that your gadget is adequately charged no less than 50 percent. With respect to what's included in the update, one can expect a lot of goodies from Google's most recent treat, the Android Nougat.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is controlled by 1.6GHz octa-core and comes outfitted with 4GB of RAM. It is coordinated with 32GB of internal storage that can be extended up to 200GB by means of microSD cards. With respect to the cameras, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge sports a 12-megapixel primary camera on the main and a 5-megapixel front snapper for selfies.
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