Even though for now this is all the information we have about it, it is hoped that this update in question not only reach the Samsung Galaxy J5, but also the Samsung Galaxy S7. In fact, at the moment it is available only in the UK but is likely to come soon to other countries on the continent.

A few minutes ago also appeared on the network some information regarding Samsung could and aims to sell up to 5 million of Note 7 during the first three months of availability. Mass production should begin in early July and approximately 2.5 million units will be built during the first 30 days, and will continue over the next month with an identical amount.

Remember that the new Note 7 will feature a large screen of 5.8" QHD, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 processor (or Exynos chip equivalent), 6 GB of RAM, a certified IP68 for resistance to liquids, 4000 mAh battery with quick charge, USB Type C, and a new biometric sensor to scan the retina.

The rest of the specifications of the new flagship of the Note series are still unknown. One of the most popular lately, able to receive only positive reviews and demonstrations of esteem by users. So it is not surprising that Samsung so carefully take care of them as much as possible, either making them the protagonists of various marketing campaigns or giving multiple updates.

While we still have no clear idea of ​​what the actual name of the next smartphone of the Samsung Galaxy Note series will be, Note 6 and Note 7 are still the most likely alternatives for a phablet that will, almost certainly, be known during the month of August.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow now comes to the Samsung Galaxy J5