Pixel and Nexus users will be among the first to get the new update, which is not surprising at all.
Android Oreo coming to HTC 10, HTC U11 and HTC U Ultra on or before Q4 of 2017, officially confirmed by HTC twitter handle. Developers tinkering with the developer releases of Android Oreo have found evidence suggesting that Google may finally be willing to implement a powerful theming engine in stock Android, and now we have further evidence in support for this.
Lastly, the HTC 10, launched running Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box, now runs on Android 7.0 Nougat that HTC roll out through an over-the-air update. While there were not many new features added to Android Oreo, the 8th instalment of Google's mobile OS, one new feature added to it was really useful and cool.
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HTC U11, which now runs on HTC Sense UI on top of Android Nougat 7.1.1, will be the first device to receive the Oreo update. Even the Bluetooth capabilities of the Oreo haven't been up to par, with users being unable to pair with other devices, or only being able to pair for a limited amount of time. Google also claims faster performance and 2X boot speed with the Android 8.0 Oreo. It also comes with improved notifications for apps and better battery optimisation. "Stay tuned for more Oreo details & new products!"
Wondering what you would be able to do now with Android 8.0 Oreo without having to root your devices? The update introduced few system enhancements but does not bring along any noticeable change. There are devices other than the Pixel and Nexus lineup those will get the update within the end of this year.