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[Poll] How are you liking Oreo on your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge?

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Last updated: June 14th, 2018 at 15:54 UTC+02:00

At this point, Samsung has rolled out the Galaxy S7 Oreo update in most countries around the world. The company put Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge owners through a rather excruciating wait for what is supposed to be its last major upgrade. Perhaps that's the reason Samsung took its time, wanting to make sure it doesn't leave S7 and S7 edge users with a sour taste by letting problems slip through on the newer software. In any case, the delay has disappointed many, especially since Samsung didn't take so long to release the last major update for the Galaxy S6.

How's the Galaxy S7 Oreo update working for you?

But the Galaxy S7 Oreo update is now available for many, so here's what we wanted to know: How are you liking Oreo on your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge? Has the wait been worth it, or does the update not offer nearly as much as the time the company took to make it official? Are there bugs or issues you've faced, perhaps with performance or battery life, or is everything running well enough that you're ready to forgive Samsung for taking so long?

Tell us how Oreo is working for you on your S7 or S7 edge by voting in the poll below (you can select multiple answers) and expanding on your experience in the comments section (for example, if there's a bug you're facing, give us a few details on what it is).

How are you liking Oreo on your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge?
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