Samsung Galaxy S7 devices have been successfully completed its three-year OS upgrades and not officially listed between the eligible devices for Android Pie update, but recently this phone has unexpectedly received Wi-Fi certificate running on Android Pie.
According to xdadevelopers, Wi-Fi Alliance has certified a Samsung phone with model number SM-G930F, which is the model number of Galaxy S7 running on Android 9.0 Pie onboard.
Although, this certification guarantees that the phone will receive a Pie update but the most interesting thing about this is that certificate is no longer available on the website.
Meanwhile Galaxy Xcover 4 with model number SM-G390F has been also certified at the same day, which points at there could be a mistake done by the WFA. And as it saw the mistake, they pulled the certificate from the server.
Moreover, Samsung has excluded Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge from monthly software support and placed them into the quarter update section. In a time like this if this 3-year-old flagship receives Android Pie than it'll be joy thing for its consumers, also if S7 gets the update S7 egde will also join the party.
Launched in 2016, Galaxy S7 along S7 Edge started their journey on Android 6 Marshmallow, and after that, these devices received two OS upgrades including the Android 7 and Android 8.