After the recent problems with the Note 7, Samsung decided to end production of the smartphone, meaning that there are now a few features that you are missing out on.
Thankfully, Samsung has noticed this and decided to bring some of the features that were on the Note 7 to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones.
One of the first changes that would be added to the S7 is the always-on feature, which was originally only on the Note 7, allowing users to display photographs, a clock, and notifications while the phone is in an idle mode.
Samsung said the following about the launch of the new feature with the following:
“We have issued a software update delivering certain feature enhancements to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, which offer a more convenient and customisable mobile experience.”
That all said, the update is not yet available in Europe, however, it has launched in the US and has some bugs that needs to be ironed out.