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An awesome news for all Galaxy S7 Edge users as Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge gets Android Oreo ROM based on Samsung Experience 9.0 UI.Samsung has been releasing the latest smartphones in the Galaxy S series every year and we saw the launch of the latest smartphones from Samsung which were the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus along with the Galaxy Note 8 that was launched by the company in the Note series of flagship smartphones.
Also, we have seen that the company releases updates for its flagship smartphones every year along with monthly security patch updates as well. Recently, we also saw the release of the official Android Oreo update from Samsung for its Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus. However, it is interesting to note that the Galaxy Note 8 still remains left out of the update
Now, we also informed about the leaked screenshot of one of the Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones running the Android Oreo update from Samsung on their phone. This made waves about the possibility that the Android Oreo update could be launched very soon on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge by the company. Apart from the installation of Android Oreo on the Galaxy S7 Edge, we also saw that the device had latest Samsung Experience 9.0 UI installed which is also seen with the Galaxy S8 Oreo update
Thus, one of the developers on XDA, ProtoDeVNan0 has now released a ROM for the Galaxy S7 Edge which installs the Android Oreo ROM on the smartphone and this ROM is based on the Samsung Experience 9.0 UI which will be available once the official update arrives for the Galaxy S7 Edge.
As far as the ROM available for the Galaxy S7 Edge is concerned, this ROM will be very close to the official update released by Samsung and you can install this on your device right now if you want to experience the Android Oreo update on your device before the official update arrives in the coming weeks