Nexus 6P and other models will soon get Android Oreo upgrade

Based on the reports from Rogers we can confirm Oreo upgrade for Nexus 6P.

Image source: Nexus 6P

We know that Google Pixel devices already received latest Android Oreo 8.0 update and some others manufacturers confirmed to provide Oreo update to their handsets soon. Now, most of the Android users will be eager to know when will they get Oreo update for their handsets. Well, it looks like Nexus devices are on top of Google’s consideration for oreo update. The Canadian mobile carrier Rogers recently updated their Operating System timetable for some of their handsets including Nexus device (Nexus 6P).

The firmware time table released by Rogers include information like device name with current operating system in the device and upcoming OS update along with the date when will it be available. Based on the schedule the Nexus 6P will get the Oreo update on September 11 next week at the same time, the Google Nexus 6 which currently operates on Android 7 .1 .1 Nougat will only get security upgrades.  Other handsets with pending firmware update in the list are  BlackBerry DTEK50, Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo, Pixel and Pixel XL.

We are really excited to hear this announcement from Canadian firm and their faster roll out of Oreo upgrade. Keep this news in mind we can expect relevant announcements other carriers and manufacturers in the upcoming days.


More About Android Oreo 8.0:

Google officially launched the final version of Android Oreo a few weeks back during the solar eclipse day. Android Oreo brings plenty of unique features as well as enhancements such as regulation on background application running process that will help you hoard battery life and Autofill option which is designed to memorize your authentication information of your preferred applications. Android Oreo additionally delivers flexible icons, notification dots, and channels, over 60 brand-new emojis, Picture-In-Picture system(One can use two apps at same time), integrated settings menu, Improved Google Play Shield for risk-free app environment together with a wide range of additional features.

Source Rogers

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