Samsung Galaxy S7 Active gets Nougat on AT&T
Since Samsung Galaxy S7 owners on all major carriers finally receive Nougat these days, it is no surprise to see that the rugged handset that is part of this lineup also gets updated. The new firmware for AT&T's Galaxy S7 Active has begun its rollout earlier today and, next to the Nougat features, it also comes with some changes from AT&T and Samsung.
The support page for this update reveals a download size of 1.58 GB and the build number NRD90M.G891AUCU2BQB2. The highlights of the new firmware are the following:
- AT&T address book removed
- Samsung Cloud with 15 GB free cloud storage space
- Samsung Pass support
- Android Nougat (with the now familiar features like Doze on the Go, bundled notifications, quick app switching, split-screen mode, customizable Quick Settings, support for more languages, and more)
In addition to the above, AT&T has also added the security patches dated February 1. The update rolls out as we speak and it may take at least a few days for all compatible handsets to receive it.