Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy S6 lineup of smartphones after the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the devices in the S6 lineup consisted of Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+. Later the company also launched the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 which is a bigger version from the S line of smartphones from Samsung. The phone was launched everywhere around the world with the smartphones being network locked as well as unlocked. One such network is the Australian network known as Optus. The Optus network is now in process of releasing the Nougat update to the Samsung phones on its network.
We have now been informed that the update process has been delayed and the Nougat update to the phones will be going out very soon but not just yet. The carrier has updated its software support page to reveal that the Nougat testing for these four Galaxy devices has been delayed citing technical issues. The carrier, however, did not specify in details what issues have caused it to further push back the Nougat test on Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ and Note 5. But this obviously means that the waiting period has been extended for those expecting to see their devices updated to the new software.
Early this month Optus had revealed via the same software support page that the testing for the Nougat update of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge has commenced. But the same has been halted and no time-frame has been mentioned to re-start the Nougat test. Now, we will have to wait for anymore further news on the update process as and when we get it to restart once again. However, in the meantime you can start to backup some important files so you can install the update as soon as it comes to your device.