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Rogers scheduled to rollout Android Oreo for BlackBerry KEYone owners starting June 28th

Review: BlackBerry KEYone

If we’re to rely on the latest operating system schedule posted on Rogers’s forums, we’re just days away from the carrier rolling out Android Oreo 8.0 to the BlackBerry KEYone. The carrier expects the OS to start rolling out on June 28th. One other detail highlighted with the update is Wi-Fi calling, which we presume will be available for the device as well. With the last update Rogers rolled out was considered “Oreo prep,” it’s safe to assume that the carrier might stick to this timeline and KEYone owners are closer to getting the OS upgrade. Let us know once the update hits your device.

Source: CrackBerry


Samsung continues roll out of Oreo update for Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

Review: Samsung Galaxy S7

We might already be talking about Android P but operating system fragmentation remains a big issue for Google’s mobile OS. And so, now we’re still talking about Oreo updates. This time we’re focusing specifically on the halted updates of Android 8.0 to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. The rollout began a few days ago in the UK but the update was met with unexpected reboots for a limited number of units. A similar problem was reported here as well. That’s why the Korean company halted the release of the update to fix the issue. Thankfully, it didn’t take them too long to fix it. Firmware updates for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have started to rollout again. If it hasn’t hit your phone yet, just wait a bit. It should be heading your way soon.

Source: GSMArena


Samsung Galaxy Note8 gets Android 8.0 Oreo

Samsung first brought Android 8.0 Oreo to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in early February. Now, there are reports that the latest Android update is coming to the Note8, starting out with users in France and possibly some other countries as well. The baseband version of the Note8’s Android 8.0 update (or Samsung Experience 9.0) is N950FXXU3CRC1 and it includes the March security patch. We don’t have the official Oreo update notes yet so we can’t say yet what new features you can expect to come to the Note8.

Source: Android Police


Sony brings Android Oreo to XA1 family

Sony has a pretty good track record of bring the latest version of Android to a lot of its devices. And it extends that to a few devices that were launched a year ago. The XA1, XA1 Plus, and XA1 Ultra are all being updated to Android 8.0 Oreo. And according to Xperia Blog, some XA1 users are already seeing the update and noticing improved performance already. But one downside to the update is that these phones will lose its blue light filter. The over-the-air update has a build number of 48.1.A.0.116 with February 5 security patch level. There is no word if it’s getting Project Treble.

Source: Android Police