Optus updates it’s website, says Nougat would hit original Galaxy A5 units soon
Last month, we were privileged to get a leak from an Australian carrier by the name Optus, which gave us an update to the status of the Nougat rollout to the original Galaxy A5 unit. Then, this news made sure that the Galaxy A5 was in pole position to be the longest supported smartphone by Samsung, and on the Android platform as a whole too, if it does turn out to be true.
Well, Optus said that the Nougat was under testing and would see the light of the day on Galaxy A5 (2014) units as soon as the end of January. Looking at the calendar, it looks like somebody lied.
However, the same carrier has given us a heads-up on the situation, and they said that the update would roll out this month for sure. While there was no exact date or week included in the update, we do hope that they get their stuff together and start it much sooner than later.
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