The South Korean electronics company, Samsung, has extended the trending Android version of Nougat to its dedicated Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016) users in Netherlands.
The Samsung Galaxy A5 had made its first appearance globally in February 2016, with the Android v5.1.1 (Lollipop) OS.
Since then it had undergone many updates to its OS, adapting to the latest technological developments. By December 2016, the users of Galaxy A5 (2016) were bestowed with a golden opportunity of procuring the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for their gadgets.
The newest progress that Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016) achieved was in May 2017 by offering the Android 7.0 Nougat updates to the public market only in Russia. Hardly two months after the news hit the headlines, the window of this opportunity is now open to Galaxy A5 (2016) clientele in Netherlands as well.
However, the rumor goes around that this update would only be available to those possessing the unbranded Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016) handsets, i.e., one which is not bought from Vodafone or T-mobile.
The Android 7.0 Nougat, unveiled in December 2016, enables the users with multi-window settings, quick switching of apps, bundled notifications, direct boot, data saver attribute, multi-locale language with 1500 emoji, and at the same time it saves battery power with the ‘doze now’ feature.
The Galaxy A5 (2016) Netherland users can download the new Android 7.0 Nougat version with the software build number A510FXXU4CQE9, as the notification pops-up in the handset.
This update can be also searched manually by the users in the Settings icon of their device, directing them to ‘About Device’ and further to ‘Software Updates’.
The Samsung Netherlands Nougat update also houses the Android Security Patch for May 2017.
The Samsung Galaxy possessors around the globe, can now look out for more rewarding experiences with the exciting offers that lay ahead of them.