Earlier this month, Samsung began its rollout of Android 7.0 for the Galaxy Note5, just over two months after it commenced its Nougat upgrade program, starting with the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. The update has made its way to the stylus-toting handset in eight further markets over the last couple of weeks.
Now, Samsung has released Android 7.0 for the Galaxy Note5 (model number SM-G920G) in India too. The update bumps up the firmware version to N920GDDU3CQC7, and it's around 1GB in size.
As always, bear in mind that major updates like this one can take a while to complete, so it could be a few weeks before all eligible Galaxy Note5 handsets in India are upgraded.
In February, Samsung Turkey published a roadmap for the Android 7.0 rollout; there's been no change to the order in which the company's handsets have been receiving Nougat so far, although the timetable has shifted slightly, following Samsung's decision to delay the update's release for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in order to "review its quality".
With the update available for the Galaxy S6 edge+ in some markets since last week, the next Samsung devices in line for a taste of that Nougat goodness will be the Galaxy A3 (2016) and Galaxy A8 in April.