Samsung Galaxy S7
Samsung rolls out June security update for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge IBTimes UK

A new firmware update is rolling out to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge owners in several regions worldwide. The first lucky owners to receive the update are from the UK.

According to details shared by Samsung, the monthly security maintenance release for June includes patches from Google. Along with this there are nine Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) belonging to high, medium and low categories that are addressed in the update.

In addition to that, it brings several improvements for the camera and fixes for issues where initial video playback flickered after recording and another issue where previews of specific routes are shown in red and green.

There are other bug fixes as well including one for the issue where the camera could not be opened from the lock screen on the device with S View cover attached. Also, an issue where recorded videos were not shown in Quick view after recording was stopped has been resolved.

The update further improves the security of the device. This release is an important update for users in the UK as they have never received the May security update. This firmware weighs 329MB in Europe but around 73MB for other regions. It contains all the changes, states a Sammobile report. To grab the update manually, head over to Settings>> About device>> Software update.