Following the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is still the latest Note device in the markets. The phone is over a year and a half old, but continues to be quite an impressive device. Owned by millions across the globe, the Note 5 is quite a popular device. Reports are now indicating that the Android Nougat OS is being rolled out for the device, and this update has started off in Turkey.

The report comes via Sammobile, and it states that the Over the Air update has begun to roll out in Turkey. The update weighs in at 1.3 GB, and brings out the Android Nougat OS update in the device. The update brings in the Android 7.0 update and not the Android 7.1. However, it is still a welcome move. Users in Turkey were supposed to get this update last week, as per Samsung’s rollout plans. The update for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus devices (scheduled originally for 14th March) is still awaited.

The firmware version for the new build is N920CXXU3CQC7. The update is rolling over the air and should reach all the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 users in the next few days. The update will bring in pretty much the same changes as it has brought forward for other devices in other countries.  The UX and UI changes will be more about improving the cluttered layout. Other than that the regular Android Nougat OS changes will be introduced such as split-screen multitasking, an improved daze mode, and more.

While the update is only rolling out for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 users in Turkey as of now, it will soon be rolling out for the users in other countries as well. Samsung has indeed been working on improving the timing of their updates this time, and hopefully more devices will be updated in the days to follow.