When will my phone get Android Oreo? of which’s a question we’re seeing along with hearing often at the beginning of 2018. Many OEMs have officially kicked off beta programs to test 8.0, while others have confirmed a list of devices receiving the update. In addition, rumors have leaked about phones of which might receive Oreo at some point of which year. Let’s take a look at everything we know so far.
At of which point, the largest Android OEMs have shared their Android Oreo roadmap for their flagship devices. A few companies, like Samsung along with 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 will be currently in.
About of which List
For the purposes of of which article, there are three stages: Rumored, confirmed, along with beta. Devices inside the rumored category have not been confirmed to receive Oreo by the OEM, yet evidence suggests they may. Confirmed status means of which the some sort of has officially stated the phone will receive the update. Lastly, phones in beta status currently have an open or closed Oreo beta testing program.
Phones with confirmed Oreo updates or existing builds are marked in bold.
The list of phones Essential made in 2017 will be fairly short, as the PH-1 will be the first device ever released coming from the young company. With only one phone to support, you would likely think Essential would likely have an easier time getting out timely updates. Currently, the PH-1 Oreo update will be in beta status, with two beta updates released at the time of writing. The second Oreo beta will be quite stable on the Essential Phone, hinting of which perhaps a stable Discharge will be coming soon.
One of the main perks of purchasing a Pixel or Nexus device will be the timely Android OS updates. As of publication, all of the recent Pixel along with Nexus devices are running a stable build of Android 8.1 Oreo — not even just 8.0. of which list includes the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel, along with Pixel 2. You can check out a full list of what’s completely new in Google’s type of Android Oreo in our guide.
- Nexus 5X: Stable OTA available
- Nexus 6P: Stable OTA available
- Pixel: Stable OTA available
- Pixel XL: Stable OTA available
- Pixel 2: Android Oreo out of the box
- Pixel 2 XL: Android Oreo out of the box
Thus far, HTC has confirmed of which their flagship devices coming from 2016 along with 2017 will receive Oreo. of which includes the HTC 10, HTC U Ultra, along with HTC U11. The unlocked style of the HTC U11 has already received the update, yet we are still awaiting the official Discharge for the HTC 10 along with U Ultra. In addition to the flagships, the mid-range HTC U11 Life received Android 8.0 in late December 2017.
There are many Huawei devices rumored to receive the Android Oreo update. Huawei was busy pushing out the update to several phones at the end of 2017. The flagship Mate 10 series ran Oreo out of the box. Below will be a list of devices likely to get the Oreo update.
- Honor 7X: Rumored
- Honor 8: Rumored
- Honor 8 Pro: Rumored
- 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: Rumored
- Mate 10 Pro: Android Oreo out of the box
- Mate 10 Porsche Edition: Android Oreo out of the box
- Nova 2 (PIC-AL00): Rumored
- Nova 2 Plus (BAC-AL00): Rumored
- P9: Rumored
- P9 Lite Mini: Rumored
- P10 (VTR-L09, VTRL29, VTR-AL00, VTR-TL00): Stable OTA available
- P10 lite (Lx1, Lx2, Lx3): Rumored
- P10 Plus: Stable OTA available
LG has been fairly mum about the status of its Oreo updates. However, for the company’s 2017 flagships, we have concrete information about 8.0’s status. the item will be worth noting of which we believe an Oreo update for the LG G5 seems unlikely. The G5 sold very poorly along with the time invested would likely not be worth the item for LG’s software team.
Historically, Motorola will be one of the best Android OEMs when the item comes to quick updates. of which year has been no exception, as they’ve already rolled out updates for the Z2 Force along with Moto X4. In addition, Motorola has confirmed on their blog the full list of phones of which will receive the Android 8.0 update. All of the phones inside the list below are confirmed, some of them have already received the update where noted.
- Moto G4 Plus: Confirmed
- Moto G5: Confirmed
- Moto G5 Plus: Confirmed
- Moto G5S: Confirmed
- Moto G5S Plus: Confirmed
- Moto X4: Stable OTA available
- Moto Z: Region-specific beta available
- Moto Z Droid: Confirmed
- Moto Z Force Droid: Confirmed
- Moto Z Play: Confirmed
- Moto Z Play Droid: Confirmed
- Moto Z2 Force Edition: Stable OTA available
- Moto Z2 Play: Confirmed
Over the past few years, OnePlus has taken some criticism for their Android OS update practices. Android Oreo will be scheduled to be the final major OS update for the OnePlus 3 along with 3T. Both of these phones currently have Oreo beta builds available. The OnePlus 5 along with 5T also have beta builds available, yet are not as far along in testing as the 3 along with 3T. OnePlus began rolling out the stable Oreo build for the OnePlus 3 along with 3T, yet halted the item due to an apparent bug.
As the largest Android OEM, Samsung pushes out a ton of devices every year. While Samsung never officially confirms OS updates before Discharge, a leaked Oreo schedule appeared online in November 2017. The leaked document speculates of which older flagships like the Galaxy S6 along with S6 Edge will get Oreo, as well as the Note 5. In addition, many phones in Samsung’s A line of phones are scheduled to get the update.
Due to the speculative nature of of which leak, nearly all Samsung phones are currently inside the rumored status, using a few notable exceptions. Both the Galaxy S8 along with Galaxy Note 8 have Oreo beta builds available, which you can easily install on your device currently.
- Galaxy A3 (17): Rumored
- Galaxy A3 (18): Rumored
- Galaxy A5 (17): Rumored
- Galaxy A5 (18): Rumored
- Galaxy A7 (17): Rumored
- Galaxy A7 (18): Rumored
- Galaxy C5 Pro: Rumored
- Galaxy C7: Rumored
- Galaxy C7 Pro: Rumored
- Galaxy C9 Pro: Rumored
- Galaxy C10: Rumored
- Galaxy J5 Pro: Rumored
- Galaxy J7 (2016): Rumored
- Galaxy J7+: Rumored
- Galaxy J7 Core: Rumored
- Galaxy J7 Max: Rumored
- Galaxy J7 Prime: Rumored
- Galaxy J7 Pro: Rumored
- Galaxy Note 5: Rumored
- Galaxy Note 7 FE: Rumored
- Galaxy Note 8: Leaked beta build available
- Galaxy S6: Rumored
- Galaxy S6 Edge: Rumored
- Galaxy S6 Edge +: Rumored
- Galaxy S7: Rumored
- Galaxy S7 Edge: Rumored
- Galaxy S8: Official beta build available
- Galaxy S8+: Official beta build available
In stark contrast to several some other OEMs, Sony has posted a rather complete list of Xperia devices getting Oreo. Their support article not only details which devices will receive the update, yet whether or not the item will be currently available to download. All devices inside 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
Similar to Samsung along with Huawei, Xiaomi makes an overwhelming number of devices each year. While many Xiaomi devices are rumored to receive the Oreo update, only a few have a working beta or stable OTA at of which time. Chances are Great of which most of the flagship Mi devices will receive Oreo, yet the item could take quite a while based on Xiaomi’s track record with OS updates. All phones inside the list below are rumored unless otherwise noted.
- Mi 5S: Rumored
- Mi 5S Plus: Rumored
- Mi 5X: Rumored
- Mi 6: Rumored
- Mi A1: Stable OTA available
- Mi Max 2: Rumored
- Mi Mix: Rumored
- Mi Mix 2: Beta available
- Mi Note 2: Rumored
- Mi Note 3: Rumored
- Redmi 5A: Rumored
- Redmi Note 5A: Rumored
- Redmi Note 5A Prime: Rumored
will be your device scheduled to get Android Oreo? Let us know inside the comments if the item made the list, or if we might have overlooked something. of which list will be continually updated, so make sure to bookmark of which page to keep up with the update status for your phone!