According to multiple user reports sent earlier today to Android Central, T-Mobile is rolling out a minor update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Since both flagships ship loaded with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the new update only offers minor changes, mainly optimizations and the latest security patches.
The version number of the update is G930TUVU2APC8 and its size is 215.56 MB. The official update notes reveals improvements to the stability of video recording operations and overall device performance, as well as battery life optimization. The update is said to improve the security of the handsets as well, but there are no details about this part. Anyway, it is almost certain that the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge devices on T-Mobile now get the April security patch as well.
The update has begun to roll out already, but those in a hurry can force the check via Settings>About device, as usual.
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