Verizon is going to release a new over-the-air update for Samsung’s latest flagship smartphones on its network. From the looks of it, this is going to be a minor update that brings some tweaks and improvements for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge. T-Mobile and Sprint have also released similar minor updates in the past week.
The changelog for the update mentions that it brings the latest security patches, though’s it’s unclear as of now whether that’s the April or May security patch, Verizon’s phones are currently on the February patch. It will also add a pop-up reminder if the SIM/SD card try is left open. The update promises better connection to network extenders, fixes for a couple of bugs, easier instructions on how to enable and disable the always-on screen mode aside from performance and stability improvements. Those who own either of the two handsets on Verizon will start receiving the OTA update tomorrow.