Select Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge users in Spain have started receiving the Android security update for June 2016. A similar update was rolled out in April for Galaxy S7 Edge users in South Korea when they received the May 2016 update in advance.

SamMobile reports that the update is not brought by Samsung itself but by Spain's telecom carrier Orange for its Galaxy S7 Edge users. This suggests that other carriers as well as Samsung may start rolling out updates to more users of the device in Spain as well as other regions starting from Europe.

Usually the first of such updates is mostly seeded to users in Korea and then to other regions across the world. However, this time it seems to be an exception as no reports have emerged yet from South Korea regarding the June security update.

Traditionally, the update which promises to fix security vulnerabilities reported in the previous month to Google, are first rolled out to the company's own devices Nexus. But in the last few updates non-Nexus phones have received the security patch before the Google-branded phones.

In case you own a Galaxy S7 Edge and are waiting for the June update, our suggestion is that you wait until the first week of June for the update. If not you can check for the update in the same way you check for an OS update. Just head over to Settings>About phone>System Updates and it should show up if an update is pending. If you still don't see the update you will just have to be patient for it to arrive.