Verizon released Android 7.0 Nougat update to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Samsung, the South Korean tech giant has already pushed the latest Android operating system from Google in the mid-January this year. AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have also pushed the update to its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge users.

According to Android Authority, the users ofSamsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones based on Verizon can now enjoy the latest OS development from Google. It is reported that starting today the rolling out of the Android 7.0 Nougat will take place and will be over the coming days. Also, report claims that all Samsung Galaxy S7and Galaxy S7 Edge users on Verizon Wireless should receive the OTAs for Android Nougat on their devices.

The Android Nougat update goes in same lines with as that of Samsung's and other carrier's Nougat upgrades. This will reportedly bring some refinements to the UI and adding features. The features that will be accompanied by the update includes improved multi-window support for running two apps side by side, , more customization options with the Always On Display, a new battery management feature and an updated keyboard along with improved language predictions.

Also, the Nougat update carries a performance mode available that allows user to choose between Optimized, Game, Entertainment, and High performance modes. This will optimize battery consumption along with the improved device's performance. The go90 app, which is famous for offering free video streaming of original shows, live sports, and more, is removed by the Verizon.

The Verizon subscriber shall that head into the Settings menu to check out the availability of update. Users shall keep a note that before heading to download, users are requested to connect the device to a Wi-Fi network and that at least 50 percent of battery power.