Samsung Galaxy S6 phones aren't the only 2015 Samsung devices lucky to be in line for Oreo update, we now have a confirmation for Galaxy Note 5 as well. The update will initially be available for those who helped beta test the build, and eventually will be rolled out to all users of Samsung's Galaxy S8 flagships. A full-scale Oreo rollout for Samsung has begun just now, and we can safely assume that Samsung will be busy at work rolling it out for newer devices. However, T-Mobile has officially confirmed this on their official website.
According to the support pages for the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, and Note 5 listed on T-Mobile, a popular carrier in the USA, it has been noted that Oreo updates for the phones are in development. Yes, we are indeed talking about the official Android Oreo update.
It's unclear at this time if other carriers in the USA will follow in T-Mobile's footsteps, and there's also no word as to when Oreo will start to roll out to the above devices.
Earlier Samsung has started the Android Oreo Beta programme for their Samsung Galaxy S8-series device, and now some new information is there which will make Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus users go insane. However, the new Oreo update is now officially available for both, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones. So apparently, the Oreo update will be available for more Galaxy devices of the year 2015.
Meanwhile, the South Korean company hasn't yet announced anything officially in this regard.
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