It looks like Samsung is slowly beginning to roll out Android Nougat to the 2017 version of its notable Galaxy A5 mid-ranger. The update is reportedly rolling out in Russia as we speak, but it's quite likely that rollout to other regions is also underway. Thus, if you own a Galaxy A5 (2017), it's worth heading to Settings -> Software update and manually checking if the update is available for you.
Aside from the latest openly available version of Android, the update also brings a slightly refreshed interface, a redesigned Multi Window multitasking feature that feels closer to what Google had in mind with the stock take on the funcitonality, enhanced Always On Display, as well as Samsung Pass, and improved notifications.
In case you don't have a Galaxy A5 (2017), but feel like it might be a worthy pick, feel free to check out our review and further make uup your mind if it's worth your consideration.