For the Galaxy S7, the software firmware version is G930FXXU2ERD5, and for the Edge model, the firmware version is G935FXXU2ERD5.
As it turns out, however, it seems that the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will indeed be getting an update to Android 8.0 Oreo in just a couple of weeks, as Samsung itself has confirmed. The update is based on the new Samsung Experience 9.0 UI. The firmware update is now being rolled out over-the-air in the United Kingdom but is expected to roll out in other markets as well. They made this promise many times and still did not do anything in that regards. Verizon customers in the USA and all other GS7 and GS7 edge owners around the world shouldn't have to wait too long for the update to reach them now as the global rollout will surely follow. In case you haven't, you can manually check for it under Settings Software Update.
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Along with that, all the features of Android Oreo 8.0 such as the picture in picture mode, better doze, enhanced Auto-fill fields in any browser and much more are here. If you are using the Galaxy Tab S2, the update coming your way has software version T819YDXU2BRC2 and for those on the Galaxy Tab S3, the update has software version T825JXU1ARC1. Additionally, SamMobile reports that Vodafone users are also starting to get the update.
Unfortunately for owners outside of the United Kingdom, there is no word on when Android 8.0 Oreo will begin rolling out to other regions.