Samsung Galaxy S6 Gets Android Nougat Update On Rogers, Bell, and Bell MTS

The Nougat update is the new big thing in smartphone world nowadays. All major carriers around the world are trying their best to get the latest firmware on their flagships offering as soon as possible. And the latest to join the bandwagon are Canadian carriers, Rogers, Bell, and Bell MTS. The said carriers have started rolling out the Android 7.0 Nougat update to their respective Samsung Galaxy S6 offerings.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Nougat Update

Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Samsung Galaxy S6 from Rogers, Bell, and Bell MTS carries the build number G920W8VLU5DQD1. Just a few days ago, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge received the same treatment from the Canadian carriers. While the Galaxy S6 Edge+ was among the first one to get the Nougat firmware.

Just like the Nougat update for other smartphones, this one too carries the features introduces with Android 7.0. For example, Multi-window, Doze on the Go, Vulkan API, a new set of emojis and much more. Other than that, there are the usual bug fixes and performance improvements to the underlying OS for the overall better experience.

The Android 7.0 Nougat update from Rogers, Bell, and Bell MTS is rolling out in phases so it might take some time to hit your particular device. To check manually whether the update is available for your Galaxy S6 smartphone, visit the “Settings” Menu of your smartphone and head to About >> Software updates.

In case you are already rocking the Nougat firmware on your Galaxy S6, share the experience in the comments section below.