For a millions of U.S. Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge owners, the alluring scent of Android 7.0 Nougat has been floating through the window like a wicker bin of crisply heated treats (sorry, so eager) for half a month now — as far back as the organization discharged a beta version for a few (hundred) thousand people.
Canadians have likewise been anticipating a similar thing (h/t MobileSyrup), yet there are quite recently far fewer individuals in the nation to get energized. Nevertheless, Komodo, one of Canada’s discount carriers, which happens to be possessed by the country’s second-biggest telecom, Telus, posted and after that expelled a notice of redesign for the Galaxy S7 line: February 8.
Given that the U.S. and Canadian carriers tend to adhere to a genuinely unbending overhaul plan for Samsung devices, it wouldn’t be a significant jump to propose that suppliers like Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T would begin rolling out their versions of Nougat redesigns around a similar time.
It’s about time, too: our own Alex Dobie took the GS7 Nougat update for a spin and found it to be exactly what the doctor ordered for these impressive flagships — and the next.