Jun 05, 2017 04:38 AM EDT
From being left behind on the first set of updates, the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2015) is now set to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat. Reports claim that the newly revised list is set with a date of November 3 this year.
GSMArena reported that a few months ago, leaks of Samsung devices from Turkey was revealed to receive the latest Android Nougat involving some of Samsung's mid-range devices like A & J series. Now, a revised list from the company revealed and it includes the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2015) with model number SM-J500F set on November 3.
According to Phone Arena, Samsung has big plans for its smartphones and that includes the update with the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2015) along with its new system, the Android 7.0 Nougat. However, it is unlikely that the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2015) won't be able to handle the Always On Display feature which is present with the Android 7.0 Nougat update on its AMOLED Display, thus its update for it won't be available.
Aside from the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2015), there are other older mid-range devices of the company including smartphones and tablets to receive the major update of Android 7.0 Nougat. Along with the smartphones are the Samsung Galaxy A8 which is scheduled on August 18 and the Samsung Galaxy J7 with a scheduled date on August 28. Meanwhile, after the Galaxy J5 (2015), the Samsung Galaxy On7 is set to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat on November 17.
Some reports questioned the capability of the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2015)'s hardware to receive and run the Android 7.0 Nougat OS smoothly. Well, it's more than 90 percent sure that the hardware of the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2015) is enough to run the OS. Besides its 1.5GB RAM and quad-core, Snapdragon 410 has enough power required by the new Operating System. It is definitely a good news for Galaxy J5 (2015) users.
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