New update brings Cloud support to the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge
The Samsung Cloud got unveiled with the launch of their most recent smartphone, the Galaxy Note 7, and the global smartphone giant has already started to provide the support of this cloud to some of their older devices. Rolling out new updates to the most recent old smartphones that they have – the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge – they have included some features in the total pack that would give the users of these smartphones the cloud services.
For now, the update is rolling out in Italy only but we expect to see it in other parts of the world soon.
The update weighs in at around 152MB and asides from the cloud support, it also brings in the security patch for August, adding in connectivity improvements for NFC and Bluetooth.
As with OTA releases, it might take a while for you to get this so don’t fret it. If you are in a hurry though, just head over to Settings and manually request for the update.
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