Dearest Samsung.Well done.Hopefully you don't forget all your recent years products including C , A ,N ,...series either !! Thanks anyway for changes ,especially all Made by China and Made in China smartdevices ...I see how influential GSMArena has been to create these changes !! Justice Rights.Omid12Omidvar cares about what's made not who is made !Hopefully the end of HD smartphones and outdated USB type 2 too and no more deceiving redundant hybrids !!!?Possible !!!? Yes,of course....
I've had my Galaxy A5 2016 for a year and a month and I've gotten two major OS upgrades from 5.0 to 7.0
What do you mean???? :)
mr.apple, 11 Jun 2017Great response!
No wonder why your OS is full of bugs and glitches and cant even support up... morePhenomenal comeback.
No wonder why your OS have 1/4 of the features our OS had a decade ago.
Oh, what about the LTE on your device? The same old Retina display? The gigantic bezels that pack nothing good inside?
Can you shoot RAW photos? Can you control the settings of your camera?
But I'll save everything for now before I burn you to death :)
HornPub, 11 Jun 2017Great answer.
No wonder why your OS is always late at the flexibility and capability.Great response!
No wonder why your OS is full of bugs and glitches and cant even support updates for phone for even a year:)
mr.apple, 11 Jun 2017that's because google is sh**Great answer.
No wonder why your OS is always late at the flexibility and capability.
Trump fan 1980, 11 Jun 2017 I wonder why Google doesn't encourage, or even mandate device manufacturing companies to allo... moreIt's all because of the vast amount of devices and OEMs aren't exactly software based companies. IMO Google should release new version in 2 year cycle especially if it isn't that big of update like 8.0.
Even the S2 can run Nougat, just check out lineage os. What the hell do you mean it was a valid concern?
I wonder why Google doesn't encourage, or even mandate device manufacturing companies to allow users the opportunity to have the most up to date Android os that a particular device can handle? Nougat 7.0 was released in 2016, and, with Oreo 8.0 looming, why are some companies taking their sweet time with updates?