Samsung is currently rolling out another Android Nougat beta update for the Galaxy S7 Edge. Unfortunately, the update doesn’t bring new features to the table, but it does contain a few minor stability enhancements that are more than welcome.

According to the change log, the update fixes the intermittent rebooting issue and, as always, takes care of a few bugs to make the device run smoother. According to SamMobile, it is currently being rolled out to users who are part of the Galaxy Beta program in the UK and South Korea. But we expect that it will soon be available to Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge users in the US as well.

Samsung is really working hard to update its flagship device to the latest and greatest Android Nougat and has already released a bunch of updates to users enrolled in the Galaxy Beta program. This is the sixth update so far. The fifth one was released only a week ago and also came with a small change log, as the only major change was the removal of the Samsung Notes app.

Did you receive the latest Nougat beta update from Samsung yet? Let us know if you have by posting a comment down below.

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