Samsung has been in the software labs for a while now and they are trying to make sure that a stable and working version of the Nougat 7.0 hits its flagships very soon too. Already, they have rolled out an impressive four beta updates to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge and it is not even sure that it would be the last on before the official version starts to roll out.
After the flagships, it is worthy that some mid rangers are also considered and on this, we have been hearing news about the Galaxy A series from 2016 being one of those to be give this bump.
However, Samsung might be looking to achieve an interesting feat this year as the original Galaxy A5 from 2014 might be set to also get its own Nougat bump too, with Australian carrier, Optus, revealing that it is already testing the update for Galaxy A5 units under its canopy.
This device was launched back then with the KitKat 4.4 and has since gone on to taste both the Android Lollipop 5.0 as well as the Marshmallow 6.0. Getting the Nougat on it would mean that this is the record holder for longest supported Samsung device ever.