The preliminary version of Android N is here. Google confirmed the most important innovations that will bring the update at the Google I/O Conference, although the final version will not arrive until the end of summer. The question that now faces the vast majority of users is when will my smartphone be updated?
Samsung could give a joy to your customers updating your mobile star to Android N before end of year. The first lucky to receive the next installment would be Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6, S6 Galaxy edge, Galaxy S6 edge + and Galaxy Note 5. Will they get it? At the moment a rumor is unconfirmed, but knowing the chaotic pace of South Korean brand updates, We have our doubts.
So it was with 5.0 Android Lollipop
Android 5.0 Lollipop arrived on November 3, 2014. With this version were many facilities so that manufacturers and developers might try new delivery before the launch. It seemed that brands began to take seriously that launch faster updates and Samsung was who took the initiative.
It seemed that brands began to take seriously that launch faster updates
In just a month after its launch, Android 5.0 Lollipop came to the Samsung Galaxy – S5 but that Yes, only in Poland. In Spain we are lucky and we could install it in late December, but the deployment was extended for several months.
In addition, the rush did that, for some users, the joy last well, and is that this update was marked by problems; battery, performance, connectivity… At the end, who much is soon to.
And with Marshmallow?
Android 6.0 Marshmallow arrived on 5 October 2015 and Samsung started the program for the Samsung Galaxy S6 (limited to United States) beta & Samsung Galaxy S6 edge in December. The final update is delayed until February 15 this year, more than four months of waiting for them which were then the flagship of the brand. The wait was longer, but at least this time the update was much more stable.
The Note 5 Galaxy and Galaxy S6 edge + they were to receive their ration of Marshmallow beyond March and is currently still arriving at teams more veterans such as Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Samsung Galaxy S5.
With Android N doors, There are still flagship Samsung that have not received the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow in some countries. The deployment of new versions is made step by models and regions, making the process lengthen in time — sometimes weeks and often months.
Taking into account updates to Samsung system, although they can launch the update to Android in the fourth quarter of the year as the rumor, it is almost certain that will take a while to get your hands.