It has been three weeks since Samsung rolled out the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Galaxy Note 5 in Turkey. The update has been rolled out in more countries since then and now it appears that Sprint is the first carrier in the United States to release it for the Galaxy Note 5 on its network.
We’re receiving reports that Sprint has started to roll out the Nougat update for the Galaxy Note 5 in the United States. The firmware appears to be rolling out in phases so it’s definitely going to take some time before it shows up for more users. Sprint is rolling out firmware version N920PVPU3DQC5 for the Galaxy Note 5 in the country.
The carrier hasn’t updated the support page for the Galaxy Note 5 on its website yet and it’s still listing the February security patch update that it sent out that month as the most recent update but it’s likely going to be updated soon as the roll out progresses over the coming days.
Are you a Sprint user who has received Nougat on the Galaxy Note 5? Let us know by dropping a comment below.
Update: Our readers tell us that the Galaxy S6 edge+ is also getting Nougat on Sprint. Check to see if it’s available for you from the Settings » About device menu.