After updating its Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ to Android 7.0 Nougat last month, Verizon is now rolling out the Android security patches for April to both of the high-end handsets.
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Samsung released Android 7.0 Nougat for the Galaxy Note5 in mid-March, and for the Galaxy S6 edge+ a week later. Now, the update is making its way to both of those devices on Sprint.
After beginning its Android 7.0 rollout for the Galaxy Note5 a couple of weeks ago, and expanding it to several other markets since then, Samsung has brought the Nougat update to the device in India.
After bringing Android 7.0 to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge in January, and the S6 and S6 edge this month, Samsung has now begun rolling out the update to its Galaxy Note5 - slightly later than planned.
Almost five weeks after Google released the February security update, AT&T has made it available to three of its Samsung devices - but the wait continues for the carrier to roll out the March update.
After beginning its Android 7.0 rollout for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge last week, Samsung has now formally announced details of its Nougat upgrade plans for other devices in its range.
While Samsung has released an Android 7.0 preview for its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge flagships in some markets, the company is also working on its Nougat update for several other devices in its range.
T-Mobile US has published a list of the first nine devices to get the latest version of Android, which began rolling out last week - but it could be several months before they're actually upgraded.
Three months after other major US carriers began upgrading Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+ to Marshmallow, AT&T has finally started its Android 6.0.1 rollout for both of those devices.
Samsung, via its Galaxy Beta Program, has rolled out a new user interface for users in China and S. Korea. The UI scraps the launcher button, includes new icons, and has redesigned menus.
Samsung might be planning to skip numbers for its next Galaxy Note handset, in order to be in line more with its current S flagships, possibly naming the next handset the Galaxy Note 7.
T-Mobile has begun the rollout of its Android 6.0.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, leaving AT&T as the only one of America's top four carriers that hasn't yet updated the device to Marshmallow.
Prior to its announcement of the Galaxy S7, Samsung's flagship was the Galaxy Note 5. They've made some very notable (pun intended) changes since then. Here is our comparison of the two devices.
Samsung's slow rollout of Android 6.0 Marshmallow continues, and its flagship Galaxy Note 5 on Sprint is one of the latest handsets to be upgraded to the newest version of the OS.
After bringing Android 6.0 for the Galaxy S6, S6 edge and S6 edge+ to India a few days ago, Samsung has now started the over-the-air rollout of its Marshmallow update there for the Galaxy Note 5.
A senior executive at a UK carrier has reportedly stated that Samsung will offer the Galaxy Note 6 in the UK, saying that "the decision to keep the Note 5 out of Europe is now considered a mistake."
Samsung finally began upgrading its Galaxy devices to Marshmallow in South Korea this week, but in the US, it's just seeded its first Android 6.0.1 beta build to a tiny number of Galaxy Note 5 users.
After it was announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will not be offered in Europe, new sources state that the flagship handset will finally be available in the area come early January.
Samsung are offering to pay the installment bills for new Galaxy S6 customers, until the end of 2015. The latest campaign comes as an attempt to curb Apple's 6S sales in the US.
The Galaxy Note 5 is Samsung's latest iteration of their stylus-equipped smartphone, featuring an all new metal and glass design, a 16MP camera and Exynos 7420 SoC and a large 5.7-inch display.
Buyers of Samsung's latest Android flagships will get a range of 'Galaxy Gifts', including 100GB of free OneDrive storage for two years, app extras, subscriptions to popular publications, and more.
As its market share declines - and after its profits fell for a seventh consecutive quarter this year - Samsung is reportedly planning to cut around 10% of the 99,000-strong workforce at its HQ.
The Galaxy Note 5 will be unavailable in many parts of the world, but it will launch in India this month - and those who pre-order will get a free wireless charger, and a one-time screen replacement.
The hype surrounding the gold iPhone 5S left consumers hungry for gold-colored phones. A Vietnamese company are now dipping Samsung Galaxys into a real gold tank to fuel the growing demand.
As promised during its last event, Samsung has made its payment service available in the United States, however, it is an invite-only beta available on select carriers for the time being.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now just weeks ahead from its official launch, and ahead of its release, Samsung has confirmed a list of devices which it currently plans to upgrade to the new OS version.
A design flaw present in Samsung's new Galaxy Note 5 means that when the new S Pen is inserted backwards, it'll break the pen detection sensor and get hopelessly stuck; video after the jump.
From Google's lightning data loss and Ashley Madison data dumps, to Microsoft's hardware extravaganza and the fiery death of an old Nokia, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Samsung unveiled two new high-end handsets yesterday, the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5, featuring some of the specs ever seen on a smartphone - but the latter device won't be sold in Europe.
With Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 event only moments away, Xiaomi has announced the Redmi Note 2 and Note 2 Prime, two flagship devices at extremely low prices.
Samsung France jumped the gun and put out a pre-order page for the Galaxy S6 Edge+ earlier today, confirming the existence of the device which may be announced at the upcoming Unpacked event.
Prolific leaker Evan Blass has revealed what the specifications of Samsung's upcoming flagship phablet likely will be, along with images of what the phone will reportedly look like.
According to insider sources, the Galaxy Note 5 and the new Galaxy Edge Plus will be unveiled in less than a month. The same report states that the handsets will be available for purchase soon after.
It looks like we can expect new Galaxy Note and Tab series of tablets in four categories ranging from 7 to 12-inches sometime this year, as a site has uncovered all of the upcoming model numbers.