Samsung begins Android 7.0 Nougat rollout for Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in Canada

Samsung originally intended to begin its Android 7.0 rollout for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in February, but it was delayed so that the company could "review its quality". Its release eventually came in early March, quickly expanding to more markets - and now, the update is making its way to both devices in Canada.

The Nougat update is heading to the Galaxy S6 in Canada as build G920W8VLU5DQD1, while the S6 edge gets version G925W8VLU5DQD1. While the update is now becoming available for unlocked versions of the two handsets, carrier-locked models won't be getting it at the same time.

The wait shouldn't be too long for those who purchased their Galaxy S6 or S6 edge from a Canadian mobile operator, though. Rogers, for example, confirmed to Mobile Syrup last week that its Nougat rollout will begin for the Galaxy S6 on May 1.

Google originally released Android 7.0 Nougat eight months ago, and is already preparing for the next major version of the OS, currently known as Android O.

Source: The Android Soul

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