Multiple Samsung Devices Won’t Get Android Oreo Update Till September

Posted: Jul 9 2018, 2:25am CDT | by , in Technology News

Multiple Samsung devices won’t get Android Oreo update till September

Samsung's clients have dependably griped about the organization's languid approach towards Android updates

Samsung's clients have dependably griped about the organization's languid approach towards Android updates, and the most recent news about the organization's Oreo update plan isn't probably going to satisfy them by any means of the imagination. That is on account of most recent reports currently propose that the Android Oreo refresh for various mid-extended Samsung cell phones has been pushed back by half a month.

As indicated by Turkish tech site Güncelmiyiz, the Galaxy J3 (2017), Galaxy J5 Pro, and Galaxy J7 Pro phones will just get Android 8.0 Oreo from September 28, despite the fact that the gadgets were relied upon to get the refresh from the thirteenth of this current month. As per SamMobile, Güncelmiyizis an honest to goodness Samsung site that the organization has set up as a refresh tracker for clients in Turkey, which implies the most recent report carries some weight. In the interim, the report goes ahead to specify that the Galaxy A3, A5, and A7 (2017) will get their Oreo refresh in Turkey beginning August 10, having effectively gotten the refresh in most different districts far and wide.

There's no official reason referred to by Samsung for the deferral, however, one would envision that the organization more likely than not unearthed some genuine bugs that need to squashed before the new programming can be taken off all around. The site had before detailed that the Oreo ROMs for all the previously mentioned gadgets were "in the test stage".

While convenient updates have dependably been an issue with Android, some OEMs are more blameworthy of late refresh plans than others. Google would have trusted that Project Treble will have the capacity to change that when the component was presented a year ago, however sadly for a huge number of Android clients around the globe, that doesn't appear to have occurred up to this point.

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