Android 7.0 Nougat may be over six months old, but it has still yet to reach a number of the market's most prized assets. The firmware's roll-out to the Samsung Galaxy S7 series has been gradual to say the least, and while US customers have largely been taken care of in this regard, the same cannot be said for much of Europe. Still, Nougat is now making its way to unlocked variants of both the S7 and S7 edge in Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands.
Many carriers across the aforementioned regions have already pushed Android 7.0 to those wielding Galaxy S7 devices, and others are continuing to do so. So whether your device is unlocked or carrier-branded, there's a good chance that Nougat is on its way if you reside in Belgium, Germany or The Netherlands.
By now, you'll surely be familiar with what's included in the sizeable bundle of Nougat goodness but if you'd like a refresher, be sure to check out our in-depth review. Meanwhile, if you're based in any of the above regions and would like to see if the update is ready, hit the Settings icon on your device and navigate through About Device --> Download Updates Manually.