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Always updated list of phones that will get Android Oreo «Android :: Gadget Hacks



When will my phone get Android Oreo? This is a question still asked by many, even late in 2018. Most OEM users have responded to this question in one way or another, either to release a stable OTA, or to confirm that the device will not get the update. We consolidated all these answers, and here we stand there.

At the time of writing, the Android 9.0 Pie is out on a handful of devices. While it will probably be at least until mid 2019 when a good deal of phones run this version, almost all major editions since 2017 must have the latest version of Android. And unlike previous years, this update will be important.

Google introduced a policy that all new apps and updates must target the next newest version of Android, with a time limit of one year until its release. Right now, the first Android Oreo deadline has passed, requiring all new apps to target this version. On November 1

st, all updates of existing apps must also be directed to Oreo. What it means is that more apps will benefit from Android Oreo's new changes, including improved messaging channels, better security, and image-to-image mode.

About This List

This article includes three steps: Unconfirmed, Confirmed, and Beta. Unconfirmed will list any phone that currently does not have an Oreo update or was confirmed by OEM that will not receive it. Confirmed is for phones that OEM has stated that they will release the update but OTA is not available from now on. Beta is for the few devices running an Oreo beta version and not stable.

For phones with confirmed Oreo updates or existing buildings, their names will be bold and either the download or confirmation link will be linked when available. 19659004] Essential

The list of phones Essential made in 2017 is quite short, as PH-1 is the first device ever released from the young company. With just one phone to support, you'd think Essential would have an easier time getting updated updates, but it did not release until mid-March (but it was an 8.1 update, so we cut them a bit).

Google

One of the main benefits of buying a Pixel or Nexus device is the current Android OS updates. As with previous software updates, Google always releases the latest version of Android on its own lineup, which includes Nexus and Pixel. For Nexus, this is the latest official update from Google, as we have already seen that they will not get Android 9.0 Pie.

ASUS

ASUS's track record has been up and down when it comes to updates. While ASUS has promised that many of their phones will receive Android Oreo, there are still a large number of phones that lack the official update. HTC 19659005 HTC has updated its entire flagship system to Android Oreo. Every phone from HTC 10 to HTC U12 + runs the second latest version of Android. Good job HTC.

Huawei / Honor

Despite its limited market share in the United States, Huawei has been quite good at updating their phones earlier and Oreo is no exception. All of its US launched phones run EMUI 8.0 on Android 8.0 or 8.1 Oreo.

  • Honor 6X: Stable OTA Available
  • Honor 7X: Stable OTA Available
  • Honor 8: ] Stable OTA Available
  • Huawei Mate 9: Stable OTA Available
  • Huawei Mate 10 Pro: Android Oreo Out Of The Box
  • Huawei Mate SE: Stable OTA Available
  • Honor View10: Android Oreo Out Of The Box
  • LG
  • LG has been historically bad when it comes to updating their phones. They are planning to change this with their new Software Center, but so far we've only seen a few more security spots. Nevertheless, there are changes, as the two-year V20 has just got Android Oreo, and LG promises that the three-year G5 will get it as well.
  • LG G5: Confirmed
  • LG G6: Stable OTA Available
  • LG G7 ThinQ: Android Oreo Out Of The Box
  • LG Q6: Confirmed
  • LG Q7 +: ] Android Oreo Out of the Box
  • LG V20: Stable OTA Available (Verizon Only)
  • LG V30 : Stable OTA Available
  • LG V30S: Android Oreo Out Of The Box
  • LG V35: Android Oreo Box
  • Motorola

    Historically, Motorola is one of the best Android OEM devices for fast updates. This year has not been an exception, with the majority of the lineup already getting stable over the flight update. Only the E Series will not get the update, as the G Series is waiting for wireless operators to print the update.

    Nokia

    Nokia has just been on the Android scene for two years and has already made a name for itself with constant updates. All 2018 phones released in the United States are included in the Android One application, where updates are handled by Google. For 2017 phones, Nokia has almost everyone up to Oreo, with the chance that they also get Android 9.0 Pie.

  • Nokia 2 : Beta
  • Nokia 3.1: Android Oreo of the Box
  • Nokia 6: Stable OTA Available
  • Nokia 6.1: Android Oreo Out out of the box
  • OnePlus

    Over the past few years, OnePlus has taken some criticism for their Android OS updating methods. Android Oreo is scheduled to be the last major OS update for OnePlus 3 and 3T, and both have already got their original Oreo update. OnePlus 5 and 5T also have stable Oreo versions and actually run stable Android 8.1 already.

    Samsung

    As the largest Android OEM, Samsung is printing a ton of devices each year. While Samsung never officially confirms OS updates before release, a leaked Oreo schedule appeared online in November 2017. The leaked document speculates that older flagships like the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will get Oreo as well as Note 5. In addition, A number of phones in Samsung's A phone line are scheduled to receive the update.

    Due to the speculative nature of this leak, almost all Samsung phones are currently in reputation, with a few notable exceptions. Both Galaxy S8 and S8 +, like Galaxy Note 8, have already been updated to Oreo.

  • Galaxy J3 (2018): Android Oreo Out of The Box
  • Galaxy J3 (2017): Confirmed [19659018] Galaxy J3 (2018): Android Oreo Out of The Box
  • Galaxy J7 2017): Confirmed
  • Galaxy Note 8: Stable OTA Available
  • Galaxy Note 9: Galaxy S6: Confirmed
  • Galaxy S6: Confirmed
  • Galaxy S6 Edge: Confirmed
  • Galaxy S8 Edge: Confirmed
  • Galaxy S8 Edge: Stable OTA Available
  • Galaxy S8:
  • Galaxy S8 Edge: Confirmed
  • Stable OTA Available
  • Galaxy S9: Android Oreo Out Of The Box
  • Galaxy S9 +: Android Oreo Out Of The Box
  • ] Sony

    Sony promised to update a good deal of Oreo phones, including several that are over two years old. They delivered on this promise and released a stable OTA to all phones. Xperia X : Stable OTA Available

  • Xperia X Performance : Stable OTA Available
  • : Stable OTA Available
  • : Stable OTA Available
  • : Stable OTA Available
  • : Stable OTA Available
  • ] Xperia XA1 : Stable OTA Available
  • Xperia XA1 Plus : Stable OTA Available
  • Xperia XA1 Ultra : Stable OTA Available
  • Xperia XA2: ] Android Oreo Out Xperia XZ
  • : Stable OTA Available
  • Xperia XZ1 : Stable OTA Available
  • Xperia XZ Premium : Xperia XZ Premium : Xperia XZ Premium
  • : Xperia XZ Premium
  • Stable OTA Available
  • Xperia XZs : Stable OTA Available
  • Xperia XZ2: Android Oreo Out Of The Box
  • Xperia XZ2 Compact: Android Oreo Box
  • Xperia XZ2 Premium:
  • Android Oreo Out Of The Box
  • Xperia XZ3: ] Android Pie from the box
  • ZTE

    ZTE surprised many this year when they announced that the two-year-old Axon 7 would get Oreo. However, it does not seem that their other phones will soon get Oreo's love.

    Missed any phone on our list ? Let us know in the comments below. And bookmark this page if you wait for your phone.

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    Jeff Springer contributed to this story.

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