While many users only dream of Android 7.0 Nougat, Google is in the final stages of testing the next version of Android 8.0 O. Exit "eights" It is scheduled for early August, that is, less than two months are left to wait. Still reliably unknown "sweet" Android 8.0 name. Earlier it was rumored that the update would be called Oreo, in honor of the popular cookie. Recently, information appeared on the network that a name was found in the system code "Oatmeal cookie" (oatmeal raisin cookies). In any case, no matter how the update is called, millions of owners of green robot devices around the world are waiting for it. We have made a list of devices from major manufacturers that are likely to receive Android 8.0.
Google Pixel and Nexus
Until recently, the Google Nexus line was the first to receive the latest Android updates. After changes in names, such devices became Google Pixel. We can say with confidence that all the devices below will see Android 8.0, since the system is tested on them, and if you are the owner of one of these devices, then you can download the beta test build.
It is also worth saying that the mandatory update period for Nexus devices is coming to an end, and Android 8.0 will be the last for these devices.
All other manufacturers will release the Android 8.0 update for their devices much later. This is due to the fact that they need to adapt the system to their "iron" and optimize all the software that goes "from the box" under Android 8.0. The estimated release date for the update is the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018. Also, do not expect that the unannounced Galaxy Note 8 will receive Android 8.0. Its update will also take place towards the end of the year.
- Galaxy S8 / S8
- Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge / S7 Active
- Galaxy A3 / A5 / A7 (2017)
- Galaxy A3 / A5 / A7 / A9 (2016). unlikely
- Galaxy J5 / J7 / J7 Prime (2017)
- Galaxy C9 / C9 Pro
- Galaxy Note 7 Fandom Edition
- Galaxy Note 8
- Galaxy Tab S3
Nokia has come to the Android smartphone market seriously and for a long time, so all the company’s modern smartphones will receive Android 8.0. This was recently announced by an official representative of the company.
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Xiaomi has achieved its popularity due to the proprietary MIUI shell for Android. over, the MIUI functionality significantly extends the capabilities of Android. Firmware update does not have a tight version binding "green robot", for this reason, Xiaomi plans to release MIUI 9 based on the existing version of Android 7.1. Of course, Android 8.0 for popular and modern Xiaomi smartphones will be released, but this will most likely take place only at the beginning of next year.
- Mi 6 / Mi 6 Plus.
- Mi 5S / Mi 5S Plus
- Redmi note 4X
- Mi Max / Mi Max 2
- Mi Note 2
- Mi mix
- Xperia x
- Xperia X Performance
- Xperia X Compact
- Xperia XZs
- Xperia XZ Premium
- Xperia XA1 / XA1 Ultra
Update release for other Sony Xperia models is unlikely due to the fact that they were released 2 years ago or earlier.
The approximate release date for the update is the end of autumn / winter 2017.
- Moto Z
- Moto Z Play
- Moto Z Droid / Droid Force
- Moto Z2 Play
- Moto G5 / G5 Plus
- Moto G4 / G4 Plus
- Moto E4 / E4 Plus
- Huawei P10 / P10 Lite / P10 Plus
- Huawei Mate 8 (unlikely)
- Huawei Mate 9 / Mate 9 Pro / Mate 9 Porsche Design
- Honor 8/8 Pro
- Honor 9/9 Pro
- Huawei Nova / Nova Plus (unlikely)
- Huawei Nova 2 / Nova 2 Plus
- Huawei Y3 / Y5 / Y7
The Chinese company OnePlus has only a few smartphones in its lineup. However, it is safe to say that three generations of smartphones (OnePlus 3 / 3T / 5) will receive Android 8.0.
- ZTE Axon 7 / Axon 7 mini / Axon 7S
- ZTE Blade V7 / V7 Lite / V8
- ZTE Axon Pro / Axon Elite / Axon mini
- Nubia z11
- Nubia z17
It should be understood that this list can be considered conditional, and not all manufacturers have officially confirmed which of their smartphones will be updated to Android 8.0. That is, if your smartphone is on this list, do not rejoice too much. Also, on the contrary, if you have not found your smartphone in this sheet, do not be upset ahead of time. The update dates should also be considered indicative, as they can be postponed indefinitely. The flagships of the latest generation will be the first updates, after which Android 8.0 will gradually reach the older and lower-end models.