Samsung is rolling out an update to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge in some regions. This release implements improvements to touch, further enhancing palm rejection on the display and allowing those on the S7 edge to more effectively use the handset with only one hand. The update was spotted over on SamMobile, which is dubbed build XXU1APD1.
As well as improving the touch screen experience, Samsung has also added a new shape correction feature for photos. This handy new addition will automatically address minor issues with certain objects being out of focus or blurred, with a toggle available in the camera settings to automatically correct such inconsistencies.
The update clocks in at 156MB and should be rolling out to your phone over this coming week. You can check manually by heading into Settings> About this device and hitting "Check for updates".
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