EMUI 8 with Android Oreo lands on Honor 8 Pro in India


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.

Apart from the flagship range, Samsung is also to release an Android Oreo-based OTA update for the and, among other devices. The company's been infamous for years in regards to the speed and longevity at which it updates its existing hardware, so it's a pleasant surprise to see that the entire Galaxy S6 series and Galaxy Note 5 will, in fact, be updated to Android 8.0 Oreo.

The Android Oreo update comes with 9.0 on top of it.

If Oreo does indeed make its way to Samsung's 2015 flagships, it will be very impressive.

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The update weighs in at 2.81 GB and bundles EMUI 8.0 along with Android 8 Oreo. USA carrier had tipped this development on its official website.

It does not seem to be happening that Samsung will allow just one carrier to update these smartphones to Android Oreo and not provide the update to every other unit worldwide, but for now, we have no evidence to deny that. This clearly means the T-Mobile networks have successfully tested out the Android Oreo update on these devices and they are running successfully on the devices. The giant has already released four different types of Android Oreo's Beta update in the past. Galaxy S6 and Note 5 owners, who's pumped?

The update weighs in close to 3 GB and brings VoLTE support to Vodafone and Jio users, along with the usual suite of EMUI 8 and Oreo features.

The South Korean giant's current flagship models in the Galaxy S series are now receiving the much anticipated software update, SamMobile.