Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge gets next month's security update in Spain
Samsung has recently been able to keep up with Google's security updates for the Android mobile operating system and now it looks like they are even a bit faster than they should be. Although May is not over yet, the Galaxy S7 Edge flagships in Spain are already receiving next month's security updates.
According to a certain Henk who informed SamMobile about this move, Spanish carrier Orange is updating the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge handsets on its network with new Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow-based firmware that contains security updates dated "June 1st."
Considering the above, unlocked Galaxy S7 Edge flagships should get this update soon as well. Obviously, it might take at least a few days until US carriers unleash the new firmware as well. As usual, those in a hurry who did not receive any OTA notification can check for the update manually by going to Settings>About Device>Check for Updates.
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