The Android 7.1.1 Nougat update is yet to be released for the Samsung flagship Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. However, the software is now in testing phase. One of the carriers has just moved into carrier testing, which is a good news for the users. The software will be released to the customer imminently unless any issue arrives. This is a sign that other international carriers will be following the path. Most carriers, in fact, do not specify where their ensuing software updates stand as far as the progress and testing process on an accessible page for customers, meaning testing could well be ongoing at multiple international carriers.Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge both are listed as being in the “manufacturer development” phase of release despite T-Mobile being the only one to do so in the United States.
AT&T and Sprint haveshown no official progress while Verizon has announced users will be receiving the update in the month of January. According to a report Android,7.0 Nougat will be skipped by Samsung and its devices will be updated to the 7.1.1 directly. It seems likely given that the handsets will follow in the footsteps of the current flagship devices.