Samsung has released an nougat update for the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Active Users


South Korea’s giant technology and smartphone maker Samsung finally released an update for Android 7.0 Negut for their Galaxy S6 series phones. Samsung has released this update in Europe for Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Active Smartphone. Soon this update will be introduced for the Indian market and the second market in Asia. Recently the phone of the Galaxy S6 Series made updates available to US users within the AT & T carrier service Along with this, the Galaxy S6 edge + has already been updated with Galaxy Note 5.

Samsung has released an nougat update for the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Active UsersLast month AT & T made this update available in Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, together with Sprint and Verizon. Users will also get some more updates with Android 7.0 knot.

These new changes include Samsung Cloud and Samsung Pass. With Samsung Cloud, users will be able to sync their data to cloud storage. Samsung allows bio metric authentication such as iris and fingerprint scanners for mobile banking services or website login.

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Users will be able to see man.y changes in their smartphone after the Android 7.0NGAT update. After this update, features like New Quick Pan, Notification, Multi Windows Support, Performance Mode and Samsung Pass will be edited. After this update, Samsung Cloud will also be connected.

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Users will receive April security patches with this latest update. This update brings additional improvements and enhancements. In addition, updates will remove the AT & T Book and Moby TV.

Significantly, Samsung has recently launched this mobile wallet service Samsung Pay in India. The specialty of the Samsung Pay service launched in India is that consumers can also use it by linking it to their petty account. Samsung has entered into an agreement with some banks for the mobile digital payment service Samsung Pay in India. Which includes Axis, HDFC, ICICI, SBI and Standard Chartered Bank.