As per report, under this offer consumers can get absolutely free 32-inch Samsung 720p LED Smart HDTV. Best Buy does not say how long this offer will last, so you may want to hurry up if you intend to take advantage of it. Consumers purchasing the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge on Verizon, AT&T Next, or Sprint from the online store will able to avail the free Samsung TV worth $200.
To recall, 32-inch Samsung LED Smart HDTV (UN32J4500) comes with Samsung Smart Hub so users can easily navigate their favorite programs, movies, TV shows, sports and news, access social media, play games, additionally web browsing as well.
Coming to Samsung Galaxy S 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones, Samsung recently said that the company will be skipping Android 7.0 Nougat and will instead be providing the version 7.1.1 update directly to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Smartphone users. Even though the South Korean company has now managed to deliver ahead of its announced timeline for Android Nougat update, surprisingly it is reported to be pushing out the version 7.0 update.
The users on Android Nougat’s beta version will be the first in line to get the update and will receive a 215MB update before it is rolled out to regular users of the devices, as per a report by Sammobile. The update is expected to be made available in more regions over the next few days.
Samsung was earlier anticipated to begin the rollout of the final version of Android Nougat on January 17, but now it seems like a timeline meant for non-beta users, as pointed out in the report. New Android 7.0 Nougat brings along multi-window support, performance enhancements, improved battery life, and changes to notifications, among other new features.