While that's certainly good news for Mi Box users, keep in mind the one who got the update had enrolled in the beta program when the Chinese company was looking for beta testers a year ago. Samsung Galaxy S7 series owners can check for OTA update manually by going to Settings scroll down to About phone check system update.
The latest development took place just after the official announcement of the update schedule for both the phones. It seems, the Korean Giant - Samsung has finally started issuing the major update to the devices at least in the United Kingdom, if not broadly now.
Samsung is rolling out Android Oreo support to its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge handsets. The update weighs 1274.28 MB and it carries the build number G930FXXU2ERD5 on the Galaxy S7 and G935FXXU2ERD5 on the S7 Edge. The update also comes with some default Oreo features like Smart Autofill and Picture-in-Picture mode. However, the report notes that it is in its early stage and a stable update should not be expected for the next few weeks at least.More news: Giuliani: Trump repaid Cohen $130K for payment to Stormy Daniels
We've not tested the new update on a Samsung Galaxy S7 yet, so we can't confirm what features it brings, but according to the original post it offers an enhanced keyboard, improved edge lighting effects, new ways to play with the lock screen and other improvements.
The update file size is of 1.2 GB and available for download via Over the Air. The update has been under development and testing since the beginning of the year so this firmware update is ready to roll out in the UK.
It's good that Samsung has not left the hand of its older phones and bothers to update them as well.