Android 7.0 Nougat heads to Samsung's Galaxy S6 edge+ in Europe

While Samsung has been focusing on today's announcement of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, many owners of its older devices are still waiting for the latest software update to arrive. Now, that wait is ending for those who own the Galaxy S6 edge+ in Europe.

Android 7.0 Nougat began rolling out to the Galaxy S6 edge+ last week, and now, many of its owners across Europe have reported receiving the update on their handsets. It bumps up the firmware version to G928FXXU3CQC2, and comes with various unspecified bug fixes and performance optimizations.

The update also includes the March security update for Android, the most recent set of patches released by Google. Earlier this week, Samsung also released those patches for its three-year-old Galaxy S5 in Europe.

As ever, bear in mind that rollouts like this one can take a while to complete, so it may take a few weeks - or months - before it makes its way to all eligible handsets.

Source: The Android Soul

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