Despite numerous leaks, the upcoming Galaxy Note 7 from Samsung still has no definitive information as to what operating system is getting aboard on its release. Some have argued that Samsung will opt to include the current Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow as the inbox operating system for the said phablet but others believe that it could be that the next version of Android will make it in time for the device release.
A new device listing from GeekBench may seem the confirm the possibility of of Android 7.0 equipped Galaxy Note 7 at launch as Samsung is seen from here to be testing the upcoming operating system presumably at its early stage on a clearly prototype handset. Though the device model number from this picture tells us that it is from somewhat a variant or an earlier version of the Galaxy Note 6/7, the device from the listing only showed a RAM of 2679 MB and that’s around 3GB RAM on paper that is contrary to the constant claims that the Galaxy Note 7 will be shipping with 6GB of RAM.
We can at least hope that Samsung will ship the upcoming phablet with Android 7 Nougat at launch as it is already a definite sign at this point that the Korean tech giant is working at close doors to bring the next iteration Android to the highly anticipated device this season.