Samsung Galaxy S7 with the model number SM-G930F is also known as the Exynos version. With two different versions, the device is still good with an exclusive power capacity. This version has just received a new update. The new update doesn’t bring big changes to the flagship, but they are somewhat a good addition.
The update weighs around 74 megabytes and has the same Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow status. What’s significant about the update is that the accompanying changelog is somewhat oblivious to the senses. Rather than simply telling us the specifications and details of the update, Samsung has adopted a new way to intensify interest. The company states that; “a software update can include, but is not limited to:…”.
This simply means that Samsung has again put its best into the single update and has added new boundaries which are still unknown. However, you can read the rather ordinary changes in the log below;
- New and / or enhanced features’
- Device stability improvements, bug fixes;
- Further improvements to performance
The features or the updates mentioned in the log are simple. However, the sibling statement by the company is somewhat boggling. The little we can guess is that Samsung has topped these changes with some unique specs. Diving into the updated Samsung Galaxy S7 also didn’t felt any different. The same touch and the feel, however, the menu tree in the setting was somewhat snappier at the response. Nonetheless, we have been informed that there are improvements in the working.
Just in case you want to know, the Galaxy S7 Edge topped with Exynos doesn’t receive any updates or changes. At least, not now. However, we can expect some enhancements in the future. There can be a rollout for some minor update like the S7 to the S7 Edge too. At least, we hope that!