Days ago we published a list with the Update dates to Android Oreo from different Samsung terminals. then we discovered…
Days ago we published a list with the Update dates to Android Oreo from different Samsung terminals. then we discovered that next month was the one chosen to take Android 8 Oreo to Samsung Galaxy S7 and to Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, but we did not have too much information about a specific date.
Today we still do not have it, but we have new information about Arrival of Android 8 Oreo for the Samsung Galaxy S7 that explain a bit better when all the users who once bought the mobile of the new version of the Google operating system, with permission from Android P, will probably be able to Samsung Galaxy S9 this year.
It is not yet clear when it will be released Android 8 Oreo for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge , but a notice published by the company in the Samsung Members application for Korean users reiterates the possibility that Oreo for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge is ready for the first half of May. This was the month announced to receive the software update, but now we can assure that it will arrive sooner than expected, discarding the second fortnight.
Recall that the update package is ready, as both phones were recently certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance with the new firmware housed inside, so it is only a matter of time before the Korean manufacturer “press the key” and start to be distributed Android 8 Oreo for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and its larger version with curved screen.
We are aware that when a particular software package is released in a country, it usually takes time until it falls on our borders, but it seems that in the case of Android 8 Oreo for the Samsung Galaxy S7 it will not happen the same. There are many variants of Samsung smartphone operators that have also been certified with Oreo and Samsung Turkey, to cite an example, date the arrival of the software for May 18. It is expected that around this date all versions of the mobile available in the market receive their corresponding portion of Oreo.
We just have to wait a couple of weeks to see if it’s finally available Android 8 Oreo for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge . Then it will be the turn of the Samsung Galaxy A5 and the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017).