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nougggaaattt

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Why am I paying for premium here, when I can pay a premium at att, get my nougat and security updates, and be in in the same boat, literally 48 hours away from switching, this is ridiculous. If I find out its to make people buy the s8, I will definitely be switching.

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Re: nougggaaattt

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Egc13, we understand why you feel this way. The Nougat update did take a while to release. However, it is now available. You can update the Samsung Galaxy 7 today. Here's more information regarding the software update >> http://vz.to/2iBJZlW

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Then switch no one is stopping you.

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at&t will give you nougat & poorer service than verizon, bye bye!!!

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And I see that AT&T just lowered their prices for unlimited. So now, you can get poor service for even less.

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More of a cry for help, but you guys think it's OK to sacrifice security? and or force you spend more money to get something everyone else has? Cause that's what it looks like at this point, and why would you get a s8, specially when it's pretty much the same thing as a 7 specs wise? Unless your that ignorant about feeding the corporate machine.

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I care about security. That's why in my research for a new phone, I concluded that I need to pick a device from a manufacturer that has a good track of releasing updates. Samsung didn't make the list.

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Touche, but the allure of not worrying about water, and specs, was to great at the time, still are...Ish, what do you have? what security patches are you updated to? I just think it's amazing how blindly people accept this aspect of Verizon, and they continue to leave people in the dark about the issue, there is a beta but not a fan of betas, have had bad experiences.

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I am not on a beta version and I have the February 5, 2017 security patch.  It has no branding other than the large "G" on the back and no bloatware.  Can you guess?

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Yah yah yah, wasn't available at the time I was looking, if they really put 6g ram in the next one like I've read, it's gunna be unreal.

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egc13 wrote:

what security patches are you updated to? I just think it's amazing how blindly people accept this aspect of Verizon

My phone was updated to Nougat in November and It's current security patch level is February 1, 2017.

Meanwhile...

[Announcement] Nougat 7.0 Update Problems *UPDATE... - Samsung Community - 72499

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