Samsung Galaxy S7: the deployment of Nougat stopped in China, not in Europe

a report from China that Samsung would have stopped the deployment Android 7.0 Nougat on its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. In Europe, on the other hand, the update seems still ongoing.

on Weibo, some sources say that Samsung would have stopped the deployment of its latest update on the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge . This decision would have been motivated by the presence of bugs in the final version of the firmware , build G9350ZCU2ZQA4. A new, more stable version would be in preparation for the Middle Kingdom.

is not without recalling disappointments from HTC that started deploy this update on my HTC 10 in November to the United States before you walk away due to a bug. This delayed her deployment in Europe, the latter to eventually take place in the coming weeks.

ongoing update in Europe

several European users of the flagships Samsung attest, however, that the update arrived today, as some announced it . The new build is the reference G930FXXU1DPLT for the Galaxy S7 and G935FXXU1DPLT for the Galaxy S7 edge. Those who have not yet received the update can certainly find this version soon so the Flash (via Odin for instance, as we explained at the time of Marshmallow on the Galaxy S6 ).

before this update, think to charge your phone and activate WiFi knowing she weighs 1.2 GB.

a problem with Qualcomm?

some hypothesize that the bug met in China could be linked to the processor of the device. For the record, the Asian version of these phones is equipped with a Qualcomm chip, whereas in Europe we have an Exynos SoC. We can also notice that the two builds have no similar references, with the exception of course of the first 5 characters related to the model itself.

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