How soon your telephone will get the refresh relies upon an assortment of variables: your telephone maker’s refresh reputation, how new (and costly) your telephone is, regardless of whether your telephone is opened or bearer marked, your locale, et cetera. Be that as it may, given past execution, we can draw some genuinely precise expectations of when you can hope to get the Android Oreo refresh on your telephone.
The Android 8.0 Oreo refresh brings the following real form of Android to our gadgets, beginning with Google’s own Pixel and Nexus gadgets. As dependably we can anticipate that it will take anyplace from two or three months to the greater part a year to show up on telephones by any semblance of HTC, Samsung, LG, Sony, and Motorola.
What takes after is separated into Android OEMs, in light of how quick they got both Nougat and Marshmallow out, so simply bounce to the applicable area to see when the principal Android 8.0 refresh should hit that organization’s gadgets
Android Oreo refresh plan
Google Pixel/Nexus Android Oreo update.Google started taking off Android 8.0 Oreo to its present Nexus and Pixel gadgets on August 21, 2017. Manufacturing plant pictures and OTA joins are accessible on the Android Developers site
The accompanying gadgets are authoritatively getting Android 8.0 Oreo refreshes. Tap on the connections to get the most recent industrial facility picture.
- Google Pixel XL
- Google Pixel
- Google Pixel C
- Nexus 6P
- Nexus 5X
- Nexus Player
The accompanying gadgets have gotten updates to Android 7.1.1 Nougat, yet won’t get updates to Android 8.0:
- Nexus 6
- Nexus 9 LTE
- Nexus 9 WiFi
We beforehand shared subtle elements of the speediest OEMs and transporters to refresh to Android Nougat and we additionally took a moment, mid-rollout take a gander at OEM refresh execution. Maybe not very shockingly, the platform completes for the primary refresh aren’t generally moved down by refresh execution after some time. Refreshing mid-range and spending gadgets is never an especially engaging prospect for gadget producers or bearers, tragically.
For all non-Google gadgets, you’ll need to hold up until well after the official dispatch of Android 8.0 to see Android Oreo on your gadget – somewhere close to three months and a year relying upon your handset producer and transporter.
As usual, we urge you to do a little homework when arranging your next Android buy, particularly if quick updates are imperative to you. Some producer and transporter mixes are more responsive than others, and the up and coming Google Pixel 2 will be at the highest point of the heap for the following two years. All things considered, here are our forecasts on when your gadget is probably going to get Android 8.0 in light of recorded execution.