The firmware update is now being rolled out over-the-air in the United Kingdom but is expected to roll out in other markets as well. Now, Galaxy S7 owners are getting the same sweet treat.
This is likely a phased rollout so Oreo for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge will certainly not be rolled out in all markets simultaneously.
There's finally good news for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge owners who have been waiting for a taste of Oreo for a very long time.
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With the Oreo, Samsung has also updated the security patch level of the devices to 1st April. There are also default Android Oreo features, including Smart Autofill and Picture-in-Picture mode among others.
Given that the roll out has just begun, it may take time for the update to reach all units in the country, so you need to be patient. However, some users have reported that they never did get the update even after signing up, although that seems to be an occurrence in most beta programs. Check out our detailed What's New With Android 8.0 Oreo series to find out more about all of the new features and improvements that this update brings.
According to the logs checked by the XDA bods, the phones in question are the unlocked United Kingdom versions, which would make them among the first in the world to get the update - which would mean that further countries are likely to follow suit soon. Verizon customers in the U.S. and all other GS7 and GS7 edge owners around the world shouldn't have to wait too long for the update to reach them now as the global rollout will surely follow.