The Nougat update for your Verizon Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge is available for downloading. If you haven't received a notification about its availability yet, you can manually check through the device settings and you should be good to go. For a refresher on what to expect with Nougat on the S7, we've got a handy video!
Verizon reminds us that to update (the new software version is NRD90M.G930VVRU4BQA2) you'll need to have a charged battery and you should either be connected to Wi-Fi or have a "strong connection to the Verizon network." For more details hit the Verizon update page and have a gander.
Now we wait to see when the unlocked model gets a turn.
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