The #Samsung #GalaxyNote7 (or Galaxy Note 6) is scheduled for a release in early August. A month or two later, Google will make the commercial version of Android N available for all, starting with two new Nexus phones and then send out the update to other devices. Keeping this in mind, it shouldn’t exactly be news that the Galaxy Note 6 will not feature Android N by default, since it’s releasing much before the expected Android N release.
This has just been substantiated by a new user agent profile leaked from a Hungarian source, which has revealed a new Samsung flagship with the model number SM-N930A (possibly for AT&T).
This device is shown to be running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow on board, with no further info available. So there you go. No controversy here. Just that the timeline of the release isn’t in sync with Google’s Android N unveiling. However, we’re positive that Samsung will be among the first to send out the Android N update to the Galaxy Note 6/7 when it is made available by Google, although history suggests otherwise.
Source: NapiDroid (Translated)