A Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge update is currently available, allowing users to install the latest Android Marshmallow build. According to Team Android, the XXU1APE9 firmware build based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow can now be installed on Galaxy S7 Edge global variant.
Specifically, the Marshmallow firmware update is compatible with S7 Edge units bearing the model number G935F. It is highly essential to install the firmware build only to the compatible units to avoid bricking or damaging the device. To check the smartphone' model number, users can simply head to Settings menu and then Choose About Phone. The Model Number should be listed in there together with the other details about the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge first hit the market in March 2016, according to GSM Arena. It came pre-installed with Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. But with the version 6.0.1 of the Marshmallow firmware arriving for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge as the latest update, owners can expect bugs and issues to be fixed. In addition, the new firmware also brings in new features such as Condensed Text scaling. Team Android also noted that the update comes with the latest security patch for the Galaxy S7 Edge.
Here's a review on Android Marshmallow by Tim Schofield, posted on YouTube.