Android 8.0 was released by Google on August 2, named it OREO. . Users want the newest version of Android software on their phones, but not many have it just yet and now Android P released still many android users still looking for Android Oreo.
Now, Android OEMs have shared their Android Oreo roadmap for their flagship devices. A few smartphones companies, like Samsung, OnePlus, Huawei and LG, have even released statements regarding some mid-range phones. As we take a look at each device, we also note which stage of development the 8.0 update is currently in.
Here are the smartphones that you can expect Android Oreo on
Starting with Google the Android maker has revealed that it will be updating the Pixel phones, Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X and the Nexus Player to Android 8.0 Oreo. For the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, Oreo may be the last major update, though it is possible that Google may try to leverage Project Treble and continue delivering major updates to these devices.
- Pixel XL
- Nexus 6P
- Nexus 6
- Nexus 5X
As the largest Android OEM in the market, The Korean giant releases several devices every few months, so it can be pretty difficult to keep a track of which devices are likely to get the official Oreo update.
The company has never been the best at providing updates, but its flagship phones are usually updated. Here’s what we know about Samsung phones to get Oreo.
- Galaxy s8
- Galaxy s8+
- Galaxy note 8
- Galaxy s7 Edge
- Galaxy s7
- Galaxy note 7 fan edition
- Galaxy A7 2017
- Galaxy A5 2017
- Galaxy A3 2017
- Galaxy A3 2018
- Galaxy J7 2017
- Galaxy J7 Max
- Galaxy j5 2017
- Galaxy Tab s3
- Galaxy C9 pro
- Galaxy C7 pro
All devices in the list below are confirmed or already have a stable OTA for Oreo available.
- Xperia Touch: Confirmed
- Xperia X: Confirmed
- Xperia X Compact: Confirmed
- Xperia X Performance: Stable OTA available
- Xperia XA1: Confirmed
- Xperia XA1 Plus: Confirmed
- Xperia XA1 Ultra: Confirmed
- Xperia XZ: Stable OTA available
- Xperia XZ1: Stable OTA available
- Xperia XZ Premium: Stable OTA available
- Xperia XZs: Stable OTA available
HTC has confirmed that their flagship devices from 2016 and 2017 will receive Oreo. This includes the HTC 10, HTC U Ultra, and HTC U11. The unlocked model of the HTC U11 has already received the update, but we are still awaiting the official release for the HTC 10 and U Ultra.
- HTC 10: Confirmed
- HTC U Ultra: Confirmed
- HTC U11: Stable OTA available
- HTC U11 Life: Stable OTA available
OnePlus does not have too many devices to worry about. The company has already confirmed that the OnePlus 5T, OnePlus 5, OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T, will be updated to Android 8.0 Oreo. In fact, OnePlus 3 and 3T users have already received the update, while it has been temporarily put on hold for the OnePlus 5. An open beta for Android Oreo is also available for the OnePlus 5T.
- OnePlus 5
- OnePlus 5T
- OnePlus 3T
- OnePlus 3
Motorola is one of the best Android OEMs when it comes to quick updates. This year has been no exception, as they’ve already rolled out updates for the Z2 Force and Moto X4.
All of the phones in the list below are confirmed, some of them have already received the update where noted.
- moto z
- moto z Droid
- moto z Force Droid
- moto z Play
- moto z Play Droid
- moto z2 Play
- moto z2 Force Edition
- moto x4
- moto g5
- moto g5 Plus
- moto g5S
- moto g5S Plus
HMD Global had earlier confirmed that the Nokia 8 would be updated to Oreo quickly.
Every single Nokia device running Android will receive Oreo at some point, which should only draw more consumers to them over time.
- Nokia 2: Confirmed
- Nokia 6: Stable OTA available
- Nokia 8
- Nokia 5
- Nokia 3
Xiaomi’s Mi and Redmi lineups may be extremely popular in the country, but the company has a poor track record with updates. While the company provides MIUI updates long periods, they don’t always come with an updated version of Android.
Xiaomi devices are rumored to receive the Oreo update, only a few have a working beta or stable OTA at this time. Chances are good that most of the flagship Mi devices will receive Oreo
All phones in the list below are rumored unless otherwise noted.
- Mi 5S
- Mi 5S Plus
- Mi 5X
- Mi 6
- Mi A1
- Mi Max 2
- Mi Mix:
- Mi Mix 2
- Mi Note 2
- Mi Note 3
- Redmi 5A
- Redmi Note 5A
- Redmi Note 5A Prime
Most recent LG smartphones like the V30+, G6 and Q6 are very likely to be upgraded to Oreo. The LG G6 is expected to get the Oreo update from February 2018.
Asus has already confirmed that it will be updating the entire Zenfone 4 and Zenfone 3 lineup to Android 8.0 Oreo by the second half of 2018.
- ZenFone 4
- ZenFone 4 Max
- ZenFone 4 Max Pro
- ZenFone 4 Selfie
- ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro
- ZenFone 4 Pro
- Zenfone Go (ZB552KL)
- Zenfone Live (ZB501KL)
- Zenfone 3 Zoom
- Zenfone 3 Max
- Zenfone 3 Deluxe 5.5
- Zenfone 3
Users of the following Oppo phones can expect to get the Oreo update.
- F3 Plus
- R11 Plus
- Honor 7X: Not Confirmed
- Honor 8: Not Confirmed
- Honor 8 Pro: Confirmed
- Honor 9 (AL00, AL10, TL10): Stable OTA available
- Mate 9: Stable OTA available
- Mate 9 Porsche Design: Stable OTA available
- Mate 9 Pro: Stable OTA available
- Mate 10: Android Oreo out of the box
- Mate 10 Lite: Not Confirmed
- Mate 10 Pro: Android Oreo out of the box
- Mate 10 Porsche Edition: Android Oreo out of the box
- Nova 2 (PIC-AL00): Not Confirmed
- Nova 2 Plus (BAC-AL00): Not Confirmed
- P9: Not Confirmed
- P9 Lite Mini: Not Confirmed
- P10 (VTR-L09, VTRL29, VTR-AL00, VTR-TL00): Stable OTA available
- P10 lite (Lx1, Lx2, Lx3): Not Confirmed
- P10 Plus: Stable OTA available
Smartron has announced that the Srt.phone, its latest smartphone, will get the Oreo update. There are reports that suggest that the t.phone will also be updated to Oreo, but it has not been officially confirmed yet.
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We will update this list if any phone come under Oreo Update