Galaxy S7 Edge and Samsung Galaxy S7 are smartphones that are already four years old. What is interesting, however, is their March tafia update with security patches. Of course, it is based on Android Oreo. Samsung has not decided to upgrade these models to Android Pie, but remembers their users.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the cheaper version of the flagship flat screen are not new smartphones. After all, they were presented over four years ago. However, Koreans still remember about the users of these models. This is evidenced by the fact that the March update appears on the phones. It is based on Android Oreo with March security patches released by Google.
Below you can see a screenshot taken by one of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone users. The March update is small, because its size shared by OTA is only slightly over 72 MB. We see that it introduces fimrware ending in ETC1. You can also see information about March security patches.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge remained with Android Oreo
Samsung Galaxy S7 model owners have not received Android Pie. The manufacturer left them on the Oreo version, which was released as an update in 2018. Which doesn’t change the fact that the support offered is really long. It’s been over four years, which is basically unthinkable for a phone with Google platform. I am glad that Koreans have decided to constantly support their flagships from years ago.
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