It has been some time since Google released Android Oreo. Many smartphone companies are facing issues in rolling out the OS to their phones. Samsung is one such company. However, Samsung Canada has released a timeline for releasing Android Oreo to all its flagship phones. Samsung's flagships including the Galaxy S8, Note 8 and others are all going to receive the stable build of Android Oreo, finally.
The company released this timeline through Samsung Members app on March 9. The first ones to receive Oreo are Galaxy S8 and S8+. The Canadian units of the phone will receive Android Oreo from March 18 onwards. The company deployed the beta update in mid-January and faced some unexpected issues. Recently, the update started rolling out in Europe and was expected for North America within a few weeks.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will receive Android Oreo March 28 onwards. Being a major flagship device, it is but obvious for it to be given due consideration. This clearly means that all 2017 flagships by the company will receive the update before the end of this month in Canada.
Devices like the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will receive the update in the summer of 2018. Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy A5 will also receive the update with the Galaxy S7 duo.
A few Galaxy devices will have to wait until later this year
Devices including the Galaxy A8, Galaxy J3 Prime, Galaxy Xcover 4, Galaxy Tab A8, Galaxy Tab Active 2 and Galaxy Tab A 10.1 will receive the Android Oreo update in the later part of this year. The exact time-frame hasn't been provided by the company as of now but we're hoping that it will come soon.
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All the other devices will not receive Android Oreo and these timelines can also be altered without any prior disclaimer. These updates are meant for Candian units and in the USA, the unlocked units will receive the updates too. The carrier-branded units might not receive it anytime soon. However, the company hasn't specified much about the American units.
With all this information, we hope that the Indian units start seeing the light of Android Oreo soon as well. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below.