The Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5, which is powered with Android 7.0 Nougat, got its Wi-Fi certification. It is only available in three major carriers in the USA, which includes Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. It is still unclear if the Wi-Fi works with the newest versions of software, and it was either not confirmed or specified yet.
Still, Samsung are not far from testing their components such as Wi-Fi, and other things that may harm the Note 5. Reportedly, the Note 5 could be receiving the Android 7.0 update in the three US carriers before the end of the next month. The Galaxy S6 Edge and S6 Edge+ might be the next one that could take this update as well.
It is also possible that this update to come at the same time for the three devices. It is expected that the Galaxy Note 5 will have some specific features with the Nougat update. Some of the Galaxy S7 features might be added to the Note 5, such as TouchWiz and the use of the S Pen’s unique traits. More applications are also improved, and even some of the performances of the devices. For now, we can only keep an eye for the release of the update for the Note 5, as it can show up when its least expected.