Samsung has just started rolling out the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the company’s early flagship variant smartphone Galaxy S5 Neo. The smartphone has been already showed up on Wi-Fi.org listing with the Android 7.0 onboard, as they were testing the OS with the network compliance and compatibility. Now, the first editions of the update are isrolling out for the users from Canada. The updated firmware version is reportedly changing to G903WVLU1CQH4.
The new Android Nougat update for the Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo packs the Android Security patch version from Marc 2017, which means the company has been testing the same from months back. Last year, the device was also hit with the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update. As the Samsung is planning to revoke the OTA support for several old smartphones including S5 Neo, this could be the final update for the smartphone before the support ends.
In case you don’t remember; the Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo was launched back in 2015, featured with 5.1 inc Full HD sAMOLED display, powered by Exynos 7580 SoC under the Hood. The smartphone packed two gigs of RAM, along with 16GB of internal storage. The device had a 16MP of rear facing primary camera sensor, whereas the from==t facing selfie snapper boasted a 5MP lens. It is almost three generations old from the latest Galaxy S8, yet it has the fingerprint scanner mounted on to home button.