Android Oreo update overview for smartphones and tablets

Android Oreo update overview for smartphones and tablets

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Which devices will get Android Oreo?

Android Oreo update for Asus devices
 
Android 8.0
ZenFone 3
Planned, second half of 2018
ZenFone 4
Planned, second half of 2018
Asus has just unveiled six new ZenFone 4 models, and at the event it was promised that in the future the entire ZenFone 3 and ZenFone 4 lines would get the update to Android Oreo. Of course, that means ZenUI 4.0 layered on top as well, which will reportedly be less full of bloatware. You can expect the update to happen by the second half of 2018, according to Asus.
Asus ZenFone 3 / © AndroidPIT

Android O update for Essential devices
 
Android 8.0
Essential PH1
Planned for October or November 2017
In a Reddit AMA, Essential VP of Software Rebecca Zavin said the Essential Phone will receive Android Oreo in the next month or two. Though it ships with Nougat, this means users can expect an update either in October or November.
Essential Phone / © Essential

Android Oreo update for Google Nexus and Pixel
 
Android 8.0
Google Nexus 5X
Yes
Google Nexus 6P
Yes
Google Nexus Player
Yes
Google Pixel C
Yes
Google Pixel 
Yes
Google Pixel XL
Yes
The first devices in line to get system updates are, as always, Google’s own devices: the Nexus and Pixel phones. At the moment, to get the update you’ll have to install it manually or wait for the final version to come OTA (over the air).
Google has posted their update plans for the Pixel and Pixel XL on a support page, making their guarantees of two years of Android updates (through October 2018) and three years of security updates (through October 2019) official. In addition to the Pixel and

Article originally published at: Droid Life