While it was already announced that the Android 7.1 version will come pre-installed on the Google Pixel and other Pixel smartphones, Samsung Galaxy users are still not getting an official announcement on the possible release of the Android 7.0 Nougat OS version for their phones.
Motorola has already come up with a list of Motorola devices that will be getting updates and the Nexus 6 model being one of the first in the list but as for a Samsung Nougat update, it is still in the works. Will Samsung Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 get updates? This is a question circulating among Samsung phone owners.
Of all the smartphones in the market today, the LG V20 which recently became available in South Korea a few weeks ago already had Android 7.0 Nougat for its OS and users from the United States will be getting their hands on this model soon. With this development, there have been talks on the possible Android Nougat roll outs for some eligible devices.
The Samsung Galaxy A series was warmly embraced by users during its introduction in 2014 and was able to be a distinct series that is unique from other sets belonging in the similar range. If rumors have some truth to it, earlier models of Samsung Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 up to 2015 are unlikely to have an update. However, Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016), A5 (2016) and A7 (2016) are more likely to get an update by the 1st quarter of 2017.
Meanwhile, the release date for Samsung Galaxy A series (2017) and specs for these three models are said to be already in the development stages. Reports also say that with some of the specs of these models have already been mentioned in notable websites, learning about these models undergoing testing is not surprising. As for the OS, these devices will still have a pre-installed Marshmallow OS, same as the Galaxy A8 Marshmallow 6.0.1 update.
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