Update #3, March 28: The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in India is now receiving the update to Android 7.0 Nougat. Check your settings!
Update #2, March 23: The Nougat update for the Galaxy Note 5 is now rolling out to users in United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Libya, Iraq, Israel, Iraq, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan, SamMobile reported.
Update #1, March 21: We have just gotten work that Turkey is not alone – users in England have also begun getting the Android 7.0 Nougat update. More specifically, the upgrade is coming to model number N920C and weighs in at about 1.3 GB.
As always, you can go to the Settings and check for updates, but remember these tend to roll out periodically. You may not be seeing it live just yet. Please do hit the comments to let us know if the update has come to you!
Original story, March 17: The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is now receiving the Android Nougat update over-the-air in Turkey, according to a report from Sam Mobile. The 1.3 GB update, which brings the devices up to firmware version N920CXXU3CQC7, marks the beginning of the Nougat rollout process for the Note 5 in Europe — something which will continue over the next few months.
In February, a Samsung VP provided a detailed roadmap of Samsung devices which would receive Nougat in Turkey, along with ETAs. The Galaxy Note 5 update is a little behind schedule, with the original rollout planned for March 6. Similarly, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Nougat rollout was due on March 14 and is still yet to land, but it shouldn’t be far off.
The Samsung A3 2016 and A8 are the next devices on the list, set to receive Android 7.0 in April.
Though this news relates specifically to Turkey, it means that the Note 5’s Nougat-based UI has been finalized and indicates that a wider rollout should follow shortly. Those with carrier-branded Galaxy Note 5’s will have to wait a little longer for approvals, but unlocked Galaxy Note 5 owners in the UK, US, Canada and Australia could be enjoying some sweet Nougat in the coming weeks.