Last month, several reports suggested that Samsung has started testing the Android 7.0 Nougat OS. Now, a Samsung Galaxy S7 has been spotted running the Google’s latest operating system in a benchmark listing.
The GFXBench database shows a Samsung Galaxy S7 device running the Android 7.0 operating system. SamMobile claims that this may indicate an imminent launch of the software for international phone models, starting with Europe.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 was launched earlier this year with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS. Since Google has officially released Android 7.0 Nougat OS, it seems that Samsung to be getting ready roll out a new update to its customers.
However, it may take its sweet time as seen previously. The company took four months before starting the Android 6.0 update on its previous S6 and S6 edge devices. Additionally, mobile phone carriers are bound to delay the process as well. So far, even Google has struggled to get Android 7.0 on its own devices, with the Nexus 6 receiving the new update just today.
The search engine giant is also expected to launch a new version of Android Nougat today, along with its Pixel series smartphones.