Android Oreo is available for these smartphones and tablets

Android Oreo is available for these smartphones and tablets

Android 8.1 Oreo is still making its way across the rather fragmented Android ecosystem whilst Android 9.0 Pie is rolling out to a number of devices too. Even though Android Q is coming this year, many devices are still waiting for old updates. Here's the full list of devices which already have the Android Oreo update.

Which devices will get Android Oreo?

Asus Blackberry
Essential Google
HTC Huawei
Honor LG
Motorola Nokia
OnePlus Samsung
Sony Xiaomi


  Android 8.0
ZenFone 3 Yes
ZenFone 3 Laser Yes
ZenFone 3 Deluxe Yes
ZenFone 3 Zoom Yes
ZenFone 4 Yes
ZenFone 5/5Z Yes
ZenFone 4 Pro Yes

The latest Asus devices to receive the update are the Zenfone 3 Laser, ZenFone 3 Deluxe, and the ZenFone 3 Zoom. According to a tweet from Asus, the update was planned some time ago.

When the brand unveiled six new ZenFone 4 models, it promised at the event that the entire ZenFone 3 and ZenFone 4 lines would get the update to Android Oreo by the second half of 2018. The Taiwanese company didn't disappoint. The ZenFone 4 was updated first, then the ZenFone 3. The ZenFone 5 and 5Z also came equipped with Oreo as default.

The 8.0 update has rolled out to the Asus ZenFone 4 Pro via OTA which happened earlier than expected. The announcement was made on the Zen Talk forums on March 12. If the update wasn't automatic, you can do this manually in Settings > About > System Update.

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The Zenfone 5/5Z will come with Oreo out of the box. / © NextPit


  Android 8.0
Blackberry KEYone Yes

Shortly after the availability of Android Oreo for Google's high-end devices, Blackberry announced via the magazine Crackberry that the KEYone would be receiving the update to Oreo.


  Android 8.0 Android 8.1
Essential PH1 No Yes

After beta testing Android Oreo on the Essential Phone, Essential released a statement on Twitter explaining that, due to stability issues with the 8.0 beta, the Essential Phone will update directly to Android 8.1, skipping Android 8.0.

Now, the beta phase is over and 8.1 Oreo is officially available, which Essential confirmed in a tweet, so be sure to check your device for the OTA update:

Google Nexus and Pixel

  Android 8.0 Android 8.1
Google Nexus 5X Yes Yes
Google Nexus 6P Yes Yes
Google Nexus Player Yes Yes
Google Pixel C Yes Yes
Google Pixel  Yes Yes
Google Pixel XL Yes Yes
Google Pixel 2  Yes Yes 
Google Pixel 2 XL Yes Yes 

The first devices in line to get system updates are, as always, Google's own devices: the Nexus and Pixel phones.

The Pixel 2 phones came with Oreo right out of the box. For the others, 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 its update plans for the Pixel and Pixel XL on a support page, making their guarantees of two years of Android updates and three years of security updates official. In addition to the Pixel and Pixel XL, the Nexus 5X, 6P, Player and Google Pixel C got Android Oreo.

Android P is now available to Pixel phones, and you can discover more about its the features here.

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Google Pixel 2 offers the most up-to-date Android experience possible. / © NextPit


  Android 8.0
HTC U11 Yes
HTC U11 Plus Yes
HTC U11 Lite Yes
HTC U Ultra Yes
HTC 10 Yes

HTC has announced which of its phones will be getting the Android Oreo update. The HTC U11, HTC U Ultra and HTC 10 have all be updated. 

Released with Android Nougat out of the box, the HTC U11 is ready to update to Oreo. The 1.3 GB package introduces the build number 2.31.709.1 and the November security patches.

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The HTC U11. / © NextPit


  Android 8.0
Huawei Mate 9 Yes
Huawei Mate 10 Yes
Huawei Mate 10 Pro Yes
Huawei P10 Yes
Huawei P10 Plus Yes
Huawei P9 Yes
Huawei P9 Plus Yes

Huawei is the first manufacturer (after Google) that got working on the next Android version, confirming the brand's ambition to broadcast updates as quickly as possible. 

The Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro phones came with Oreo out of the box, and Huawei has been delivering software updates for the Mate 9 on Android 8.0 Oreo since December 2017. Now, unlocked versions of the Mate 9 in the U.S. have received the update.

The beta phase for the Huawei P10/Plus has now ended. The test phase was used for models with the types VTR-L09C432B180, VTR-L29C432B180, VKY-L09C432B181, VKY-L29C432B181 and VKY-L29C432B181. The official version rolled out in March 2018. A changelog shows which features Android Oreo has to offer on the Huawei P10.

Great news for those of you using the P9 or P9 Plus, the update to EMUI 8.0 and Android 8.0 is now out. This information came from Huawei's product manager, who made an announcement via the brand's forum.

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The Huawei Mate 10. / © NextPit


  Android 8.0
Honor 8 Yes
Honor 6X No
Honor 8 Pro Yes
Honor 9 Yes
Honor 7X Yes
Honor View 10 Yes
Honor V8 Planned
Honor 9 Lite Planned
Honor 8 Lite Planned
Honor V9 Planned

The Honor 9 and Honor 8 Pro were the first Honor devices to receive the Android 8.0 Oreo update. Naturally, the update is accompanied by the new version of EMUI, EMUI 8.0.

During the Honor 9 Lite presentation event the company also indicated the release times of the update to EMUI 8 for Honor 8 and Honor 7X, confirming that smartphones will not only receive the new Honor interface but also the latest Android version.


  Android 8.0 Android 8.1
LG G5 Expected Yes
LG G6 Yes Yes
LG V30 Yes Yes
LG V20 Yes Yes
LG V30S Yes Yes

The LG G6 started receiving the update to Android Oreo on April 30 2018, starting in South Korea. The update has landed in the US. Verizon has confirmed that the software update has arrived. The update includes an improved home screen layout, app shortcuts, settings structure, and more.

The LG V30 received the final update to Android 8.0 in South Korea, and also rolled out to phones in the US on Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. Now unlocked models in the US have already received the update. LG has also confirmed that both the G6 and V30 have received the update to Android 8.1.


  Android 8.0
Moto Z Yes
Moto Z Droid Yes
Moto Z Force Droid Yes
Moto Z Play Yes
Moto Z Play Droid Yes
Moto Z2 Play Yes
Moto Z2 Force Yes
Moto X4 Yes
Moto G5 Yes
Moto G5 Plus Yes
Moto G5S Yes
Moto G5S Plus Yes

Motorola has confirmed which of its smartphones will be getting the update to Android Oreo. Those with newer devices in at least the mid-range will be able to breathe a sigh of relief. 

The time has finally come to update the first Moto Z: the update had already been launched in Brazil, where Motorola is much appreciated. The update has rolled out to unlocked devices in the US now too. The Oreo package weighs in at 1.4GB, bringing the standard Oreo features and improvements to your device.

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The Moto Z2. / © NextPit


  Android 8.0 Android 8.1
Nokia 3 Yes Yes
Nokia 5 Yes Yes
Nokia 6 Yes Yes
Nokia 6 (2018) Yes Yes
Nokia 8 Yes Yes
Nokia 8 Sirocco Yes Yes

Nokia has also begun the Oreo 8.1 rollout to its mid-range devices, the Nokia 5 and 6, as well as the Nokia 8. The update will bring a new settings menu, Bluetooth battery percentage, battery saving navigation buttons, a re-designed power menu, and weighs 860MB for the 5, and 930MB for the 6.

The popularity of Nokia phones is in a large part due to their affordability, and the Nokia 3 could just be the cheapest smartphone to run Android 8.0 Oreo and the Nokia 8 might be the cheapest flagship to do the same. 

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The Nokia 5. / © NextPit


  Android 8.0 Android 8.1
OnePlus 3 Yes Skipped to 9.0 Pie
OnePlus 3T Yes Skipped to 9.0 Pie
OnePlus 5 Yes Yes
OnePlus 5T Yes Yes

The OnePlus 3 and the 3T skipped Android Oreo and went straight to 9.0 Pie, whilst the newer OnePlus 5 and 5T were updated, but are now both on Pie too.

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The OnePlus 5 and 5T were the last to receive Oreo. / © NextPit


  Android 8.0
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Yes
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Yes
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Yes
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ Yes
Samsung Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge Yes
Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge Yes
Samsung Galaxy S8 Yes
Samsung Galaxy S8+ Yes
Samsung Galaxy S9 Yes
  Samsung Galaxy S9+ Yes
Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) Yes
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) Yes
Samsung Galaxy A8 (2017) Yes
 Samsung Galaxy A8+ (2017) Yes
Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) Yes
Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) Yes
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) Yes
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Yes (Wi-Fi version)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 Yes
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 LTE Yes
Samsung Galaxy Tab A Yes
Samsung Galaxy S7/Edge Yes

Although Samsung mid-range phones get the Oreo update much later than the flagships, a leak from Samsung Turkey confirmed the Oreo update for the Galaxy A3 2017, A5 2017, A7 2017, J3, J5 Pro and J7 Pro

The Galaxy Tab S3 had a Wi-Fi certification for Android 8.0 from Wi-Fi Alliance. This, however, was for the Wi-Fi version only.

The OTA Oreo rollout for the S8 and S8+ finally brought the Samsung older flagships up-to-date, and the Galaxy S9 and S9+ models come with Oreo out of the box, as will 2018's A8 and A8+.


  Android 8.0
Sony Xperia XZ Premium Yes
Sony Xperia XZ2 Yes
Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact Yes
Sony Xperia XZ1 Yes
Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact Yes
Sony Xperia XA1 Yes
Sony Xperia XZs Yes
Sony Xperia L1 Yes
Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra Yes
Sony Xperia XZ Yes
Sony Xperia X, X Compact Yes
Sony Xperia X Performance Yes

While the Sony smartphones released in 2017 all received the Android 8.0 update. After the XZ Premium received the Oreo update from Sony, there is also an update to Android 8.0 for the Xperia XZ and Xperia XZs. If you own one of the two Sony Xperia smartphones, check the software update function to see if the build number 41.3. A. 0.401 of the firmware is available. The same build number will soon be used for the X Performance. The Sony Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact shipped with Oreo.


  Android 8.0
Mi 5c Yes
Mi 6 Yes
Mi MIX 2 Yes

The beta phase of Android Oreo started and finished for the Xiaomi Mi 6's Global ROM. If you were running the Mi 6 MIUI 9 Global Beta ROM v7.12.14, you will have received the update automatically. Otherwise, you will need to download and flash it. The Oreo-based MIUI9 with the version number 8.1.11 is available for download at MIUI.

Watch this space for all the latest news about the progress of the next Android version for your smartphone. As soon as manufacturers provide new information about Oreo updates for their devices, we will update this article accordingly.

Alternatively, if you want to know which smartphones have already been updated to Android 9.0 Pie, you can check out this guide right here.

Do you think you'll receive Android Oreo on your smartphone? 

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