HTC U Ultra finally gets Android 8.0 update

HTC U Ultra

HTC U Ultra finally gets Android 8.0 update

Back in August month, HTC has confirmed that the Oreo update will be available for HTC 10, HTC U11 and HTC U Ultra smartphones.

Verizon is now rolling out a new update to the LG V30 that will install the Android 8.0 Oreo. Last but not the least, smartphones in the Samsung Galaxy A (2017) series - Galaxy A3 (2017), Galaxy A5 (2017) and the Galaxy A7 (2017) - will receive the Android 8.0 Oreo update from May 15, 2018. For the past couple months now, we've been watching Motorola's Oreo update for the Z2 Force spread to devices on more and more carriers, and now it looks like we're adding Sprint to that list. Hopefully, the update will be rolled out to all the regions before the end of this current month.

Hong-Kong based handset manufacturer Infinix launched Infinix Note 4 in India past year with Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. This major operating system upgrade also brings the notification dots feature to the LG V30. Some users (mostly in Taiwan) will get the firmware version 2.19.709.2 with size of 1.58GB whereas other user will get v2.19.400.1 with size of about 1.32GB. Now the Infinix Note 4 has reportedly started receiving Android 8.0 Oreo update.

Always-on display along with Auto-fill are also included in Oreo update.

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As you wait patiently for the update to be available in your country, here are some details you ought to know.

Once you see the update, tap it out and you would see the official page of the update with Changelog and its Download button. Meanwhile, we only can keep our hopes on Samsung releasing the updates on the same dates as has been mentioned by Samsung Turkey.

Apart from this, you can even check for the new update manually for your device as well. Users can go to Settings About Phone, to check for the latest update.

Motorola may be in the middle of a big staffing shake-up, but that's not stopping the company from keeping up with the flow of software updates for its existing hardware.

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