Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge were launched in February this year, and a security update for June is already being rolled out. The company has started rolling out an Android security update for June through carrier Orange in Spain.
This is not the first time that Samsung has started distributing a monthly security update in advance. Previously, by the end of April, the company started rolling out the May security update for Galaxy Note 4.
As of now, no information is available about the other fixes and updates included in Galaxy S7 edge.
Other carrier handsets would soon get the OTA rollouts, as this typically takes time. However, impatient users can check manually for it through the settings menu on their handsets, notes GSM Arena.
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Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition is introduced, but it can be called Batphone.
In order to promote Injustice: Gods Among Us on Android, Samsung has designed a special edition of Galaxy S7 Edge. Admittedly, it looks awesome.
Every comic fan would admit that Batman is the coolest superhero, and it would be no less than an honor for fans to get hold of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with its gold-on-black metallic batwing logo on the rear glass. As if this is not enough, it comes with a customized Batman theme for Samsung’s Touchwiz version of Android, notes Gizmodo.
Fans would be delighted to have the Samsung Gear VR headset in black, as well as the all-black protective case. This is similar to Batman and his accessories, what with his utility belt having a Batarang, a Batclaw with gold finished metal design that looks particularly deadly.
The Samsung Gear VR headset and a protective case would be given along with a Galaxy S7 Edge device—a total package for a comic fan.