AT&T was the first to push out Android 7.0 Nougat to its Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge devices, while T-Mobile followed right after.
Now, it’s finally Sprint’s turn to kickoff the Nougat update to its current Samsung flagship duo.
Just like with T-Mobile, Sprint will be sending the update to its beta Nougat users first prior to the general public.
So, if you have been running the beta version on your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, look out for a 167MB package coming your way.
If there isn’t any problems, users outside of the beta circle will soon be able to see the Android 7.0 Nougat. However, Phone Arena reports that that download will be heavier at 1.2GB, so it’ll be best to free up some space before the update arrives to your device.
Well, if you are a beta user and have yet to see the update, you could always navigate to Settings>Software Update and check for the update manually.