Samsung in terms of updating their smartphones to the new version of Android was never a top student, so the owners of its products often do not know whether their equipment will receive the new version of the system. Stone of the heart can fall all the holders of the Galaxy A5 and A7 (2016).
Samsung Galaxy Galaxy A5 and A7 (2016) debuted at the beginning of December last year, while sales came just over a month later (at least in Poland). This release date could suggest that both smartphones will work under the supervision of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, however, Koreans have decided otherwise and on board was Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Of course, in theory a matter of time should be relatively quick update to a newer version of Google, but as we know (at least from our list of smartphones with Android 6.0) Samsung in this area does not shine and the owners of smartphones sometimes have to anxiously wait for any information in this on – today we have good news just for holders of Galaxy Galaxy A5 and A7 for 2016. As reported Sammobile mentioned smartphones got certified Wi-Fi Alliance (namely, available in Europe, models of SM-A510F and SM-A710F) and what they worked under control of Android 6.0 Marshmallow. This is a clear signal – Samsung is working on a new version of the system for these devices, and virtually 100% of the update is a foregone conclusion. What truth should be a matter of course, but in the world Koreans it is good to pay attention to all the information. When Samsung will start the new software available? The answer to this question is unfortunately not easy because the base Wi-Fi Alliance, there is no mention of the Galaxy A3 (2016), so if the manufacturer wants to make Android 6.0 for all smartphones with this series in approximately the same time, it could be here mentioned even a few months. On the other hand, there is the possibility that the smallest members of the family Galaxy A (2016) did not get Foams, so it may be but a matter of the next few weeks – only that in this situation would be affected owners precisely this model, which does not sound particularly good. More puzzles me, however, the fate of smartphones Galaxy J (2015), which are clearly younger experience in the market than the first generation cousins Galaxy A (and this on the foam does not count), and they made their debut with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, so update they simply must, however, they came on the market recently their successors (and interestingly also lollipops), so it is not a question of the end of the obvious. Let's hope that Samsung will go to their senses and very popular in our country Galaxy J5 live to see the new version of Google.