The Galaxy J5 (2016) may be the next smartphone on Samsung’s list to receive the Android 7.0 update. The handset was spotted on Monday on the Wi-Fi Alliance’s online database running a build of Nougat, which is usually the final pit stop an upgrade makes before it’s distributed.
Just in case you missed the memo, Android 7.0 Nougat transports a ton of new features, including enhanced notifications, improved application permissions and an abundance of fresh emoji, in addition to the usual slew of bug fixes, stability improvements, and speed optimizations.
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We’re not entirely surprised by this news, though. The Galaxy J5 (2016) is a relatively new smartphone, with its 5.2-inch AMOLED display and Snapdragon 410 processor—so there’s no reason it shouldn’t be treated to the latest (at the time of writing) flavor of the open-source operating system.