The Smartphones that will Recive Android O Update

Okechukwu Solomon July 19, 2017
I still don’t know why some people are still using an Android 4.4 kitkat & 5.0 Lollipop… No update, no nothing and the smartphone may now be behaving like a snail. In this Article I will be listing the Smartphones that will Recive Android O Update.


But on the other hand, Google is not waiting for you, Android O is coming to a smartphone closer to you… and it is so unfortunate that not all smartphone will get it. Some probably till 2019 and I’m sure you know the kind of brands I’m referring to.

READ ALSO: How to Get Android Nougat Features without Upgrading Your Android

Android O is coming with lots of updates you dare to dream about and I’m sure you don’t want to miss out. Beginning from early to mid-August 2017, Android O is expected to be release via OTA updates to Android devices.

Pixel owners will definitely be the first to receive it. If you have been a devoted follower of Android OS, you’ll discover that Android Nougat 7.0 was released over-the-air in August 2016, and now this…

What Android Phones will be Getting Android O?

Well, according to speculations, here are the devices that
will be getting Android 0.

Google Pixel, Pixel XL — Being Google's own devices,
the two Pixels are ought to begin receiving Android O as soon as it's
officially out.

Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X — Google's former flagship
phones will likely begin receiving Android O after the Pixels, but should be
running it well before the year ends.

Samsung
Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+: No Info yet, but will like receive Android
OTA update in February 2018
Galaxy Note 8: May
like come with Android 0 out of the box… worst scenarios, Jan – Feb’18
Galaxy S7 & S7
Edge:
Between March to April 2018
Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+: Spring time of
2018

Nokia
HMD promised that Nokia 3, 5 & 6 will be getting Android
0
but there are not projected time for it.

LG
LG V30, LG G6, LG V20 and LG G5: hearsay suggested that this
version of LG may likely get Android 0 early 2018.

READ ALSO: How to Recover Deleted Notifications on Android

For the rest OEM’s, no word for now…
Do you think your smartphone brand will release Android 0
to older devices?

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