Verizon and Sprint Galaxy Note 5 certified for Android 7.0 update too at Wi-Fi Alliance

It was only yesterday that we learned that the Galaxy Note 5 got the go-ahead sign as regards Android Nougat update for T-Mobile, AT&T and Canadian variants. Now we’ve got more info from WiFi Alliance, confirming certification for the Verizon as well as Sprint Galaxy Note 5.

The Note 5 model nos. that got approval today include that of Verizon (SM-N920V), Sprint (SM-N920P), US-Cellular (SM-N920R4), Bluegrass Cellular (SM-N920R6) and C-Spire (SM-N920R7).

The Nougat update should also be making its way to Chinese variants SM-N9200 and SM-N9209 too. After the failure of the Note 7, it’s great to see the previous generation Note 5 carry out the legacy of the Note 7 through the Nougat update.

Read: Galaxy Nougat Update Release

Read: Galaxy S7 Update | Galaxy S7 Edge Update

The Galaxy Note 5 is still an excellent device and hasn’t lost it’s shine in anyway. As for the new successor to the Note 5, upcoming Galaxy Note 8 is now expected to sport dual cameras on its back, which should be a first for Samsung.

Source: Wi-Fi Alliance

Teffy Sam is an avid tech enthusiast. Pro Android and Windows fanboy. Anime otaku to the core. Natural philosopher by day, amateur Astronomer by night. Footballer and virtually unbeatable at Table Tennis. Email: teffy@theandroidsoul.com

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