US carrier Sprint has started rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Its release comes just a few days after rival carrier T-Mobile also brought the update to both of those devices.
Like T-Mo, Sprint is starting its rollout for owners of the two Samsung flagships who are already running Nougat using official builds from the manufacturer's Galaxy Beta Program. However, its availability to those users suggests that it won't be too much longer before Sprint expands availability to other owners of those devices.
The update from the Galaxy Beta builds to the new official release weighs in at under 170MB, but the full Android 7.0 update for everyone else will be around 1.2GB.
Source: Android Central