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The Galaxy Note 8 and other Samsung phones will update to Android Oreo

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 prepares to receive Android Oreo

As we have discussed many other times, the fragmentation of Android It is probably its main weakness as an operating system, so it is always good to see how various devices of a company prepare to receive a big update. Samsung has hit the gas a bit and several of its main mobile phones are preparing to receive Android Oreo between March and May 2018.

The most important among the selected mobiles is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the latest premium phone from the Korean firm before the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, whose operation you can see in our video analysis of the terminal. The Note 8 continues to stand out for the use of the S-Pen and, as of March 30, for having Android Oreo; But will not be the one.

The Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, A3 (2017), A5 (2017) and A7 (2017) will also be updated to Android Oreo

Going even further back in time, on April 13, 2018 the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge will receive the system update for Android Oreo. A month later, on May 25, there will be three 2017 mobiles that will receive the new version of the system: Galaxy A3 (2017), Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A7 (2017). Also the Galaxy Tab S3 9’7 inches will receive Oreo on May 4.

All this information comes from a turkish shop operated by the subsidiary of Samsung in that country. Therefore, the data is as official as possible, although it is true that various variations may occur depending on the market. In Spain they will not necessarily arrive on those same dates, but it is expected that in this time frame updates will take place in most markets.

In the case of Galaxy S7, we are probably talking about its last major update, as it will be two years by the time that Android P is widely available. In the case of the rest of the devices, its launch in 2017 opens the door to the arrival of Android P in the higher end, but it is not a hope to keep high.