Geekbench Reveals Android Nougat Tested On Samsung Galaxy Note 7
The biggest mystery surrounding Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 7 seems to have been solved, but to some extent. Many believe the device to come out of the box with Android Marshmallow, but a new evidence reveal it may come with the next Android Nougat operating system.
Geekbench database reveals Samsung has lately tested a device bearing model number SM-N930 with Android 7.0 Nougat.
It is take note here the model number SM-N930 is for the upcoming phablet Galaxy Note 7. However, in the prototype Samsung used a 3GB of RAM instead of 6GB as rumored to be equipped in the final version. More to this, the chipset used in it is the old Exynos 7420 of last year and not the rumored Exynos 8893.
Google usually launches new Android version in the third-quarter of a year. This year it is expected the Nougat may be released in September and initially with its own Nexus devices including Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 6 and Nexus 9.
Google will be launching Android O in 2017.
In the non-Nexus segment Galaxy Note 7 would be the first to receive Android Nougat mobile operating system.
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