Google has finally named the new Android version as Android Oreo in partnership with Cadbury. A number of Samsung Galaxy phones are expected to get the Android 8.0 Oreo update and here is the list of qualifying Samsung Oreo update devices list.
Samsung Oreo Update:
Samsung, the South Korean smartphone giant has recorded for carrying out the software update to most devices and updates are delivered on time. It happened with Android Nougat as well.
This time, the similar thing would be repeated by the Samsung as they will update a number of devices with the latest Oreo update. Android 8.0 Oreo has a great list of features and improvements included in the update.
The Samsung Galaxy Oreo update is the matter of a couple of months for many flagship phones. If you are wondering when your Samsung Galaxy phone will receive the Android 8.0 treatment, then you have arrived at the right place to get the actual info. Do check out your device in the list here.
The following are the Samsung phones expected to get the Android Oreo update –
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8
- Samsung Galaxy S8
- Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus
- Samsung Galaxy S7
- Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
- Samsung Galaxy S8 Active
- Samsung Galaxy S7 Active
- Samsung Galaxy Note FE
- Samsung Galaxy S6
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
- Samsung Galaxy Note 6
- Samsung Galaxy A7 2017
- Samsung Galaxy A5 2017
- Samsung Galaxy A3 2017
- Samsung Galaxy J7 2017
- Samsung Galaxy J7 2016
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
- Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro
- Samsung Galaxy J7v
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime
Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update
The Galaxy Note 8 is among the prime handset to get the Android Oreo update and it will be arriving by the end of the year.
Looks like the user will not have to wait much for the Galaxy Note 8 Android 8.0 update.
Galaxy S8 Oreo update
Just like Galaxy Note 8, the Galaxy S8 is the flagship Samsung phone that represents the smartphone company. The phone with IRIS scanner will get the update by the end of the year. Indeed, the company confirmed that they are working on the latest Oreo build for the device and it also qualifies for the upcoming Android 8.1 update.
The update will be arriving to carrier variants too, like the Galaxy S8 Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, US Cellular, MetroPCS, Cricket Wireless, Telus, Sasktel, Fido, O2, FF and other carriers worldwide.
Eligible Models: Versions: S8 SM-G950FD Global Dual-SIM, SM-G950F (Europe, Global Single-SIM); Galaxy S8 G950U (USA Unlocked); G950A (AT&T); G950P (Sprint); G950T (T-Mobile); G950V (Verizon); G950R4 (US Cellular); G950W (Canada); G950S/G950K/G950L (South Korea); G9500 (China).
Galaxy S7 Oreo update
2016 flagship Samsung phone too will get the Android 8.0 Oreo update by the start of CES 2017. The same goes with the Galaxy S7 Duos.
Eligible Models: G930F (Worldwide Unlocked); SM-G930FD (Southeast Asia and Global) and SM-G930W8 (Canada).
Galaxy S7 Edge Oreo update
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge does qualify to get the Oreo update.
Galaxy S8 Plus Android Oreo update
The Galaxy S8 Plus Oreo update will happen in Q1, 2018.
Galaxy S8 Active Oreo update
The AT&T Galaxy S8 Active SM-G892A will get the Android 8.0 update but it could take much more than the other devices but it’s just sold by AT&T in the United States and carrier variants do take a lot of time for software update delivery.
Note: The carrier variants too will get the update.
The unlocked variant will get the update much early than its corresponding carrier variants.
List of Samsung Galaxy Phone Not Getting the Android Oreo Update
Sadly, the following devices will not be included in the new update roll out plans –
- Galaxy S5
- Galaxy Note 4
- Galaxy Grand Prime Plus
- Galaxy J3 Emerge
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The Galaxy Note 8 might not feature the latest Android 8.0 Oreo version out of the box, it might receive ahead of other devices.
We are expecting the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus to sport the Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box and for that, we will have to wait until Mobile World Congress early next year.
Talking about the ETA, the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus, Note 8 will get the update by the end of the year.