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It seems that many are pleased with the specifications that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will come with.

We remind you that Samsung has confirmed that the Android 7.0 Nougat will be present on the Galaxy Note 7, but according to some new rumors, there are high chances that the mentioned device will be the first device that will receive the Android N 7.1. So, instead of the rumored Google Nexus Marlin and Sailfish, Samsung’s device will be the first one that will receive the newest operating system.

Let’s not forget that Google Nexus has been criticized by tech users who have said that there is a lack of innovation and total mismatched with Android BETA programs. Gadgets 360 also claims that Google is now getting better in delivering some great new Android OS versions, but things are not great when it comes to its own flagships phones.

According to new rumors, the release of Google Nexus Marlin and Sailfish has been canceled. We remind you that these two smartphones were supposed to come pre-installed with Android N, but for some reason, Google might just cancel both of them.

We also remind you that sales of the Nexus handsets are declining, while the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 continues to be the best pick in the mobile market. According to reports, the Android 7.1 Nougat is expected to be released in two to three months, then it will be followed by 7.0.1 by this winter.

We remind you that the cancellation of Sailfish and Marlin has not been confirmed by Google yet, so we should take the news with a bit of salt. Do you think that Google has decided to cancel its new Nexus smartphones because of the decline in the market of the series or this is just an invention whose purpose is to spread concern?

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