LG launched the Oreo beta program a few weeks ago, and now the company has chose to roll out the preview version for its homeland, South Korea.
Recently, HTC released the update for the U11 users in Taiwan. The company launched the latest update earlier last week, and now two of the great smartphones of Sony is notifying its users of the software update.
Unfortunately, he didn't share any specific in terms of dates, but now that it's rolling out for the HTC U11, we can only hope that it will reach more HTC handsets and carrier-locked devices soon.More news: CNN's Brian Stelter Calls Trump Tweet "Invitation To Harass" Journalists
To remind you, Android 8.0 Oreo includes picture-in-picture support, autofill for passwords, notification dots, redesigned emojis, adaptive icons, faster boot times and more.
Disclosed over the weekend, owners of an unlocked HTC U11 are in for a treat this week.
The update brought some fantastic updates to the software of the smartphone like Picture-in-picture mode. After the update, users get different features including Reminders that basically alert users for unfinished tasks including emails in drafts and messages. When inquired about other devices, Versi responded, "It's coming soon". The HTC U11 Life came with an Android 8.0 version out of the box for all global markets besides the U.S. market. "Thanks", Versi tweeted. Over that, he said that HTC A9 won't be receiving Android Oreo OS update. Let us know in your comments below. The U11 runs a almost stock version of Android 7.1.1 and has some pretty powerful internals (such as the Snapdragon 835 SoC, 6GB RAM and 12MP rear camera) along with some useful gimmicky features (such as the "squeezable" Edge Sense and multiple AI-based assistants).