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List of Smartphones Supporting Android Oreo Update

Google has finally released Oreo, Android 8.0. The release has been long awaited and anticipated. This Android installment offers its users many new features and several enhancements over its predecessors. Android Oreo features offer great utilitarian value along with some cool, exciting functions. This iteration is not just faster, it is also smarter. You also get a more user-friendly interface with this version. In this article we take a look at the devices Oreo will be available on.

Note: Not all the devices will receive the update immediately. The rollout is slated to happen in phases.

Google Devices

  • Google Nexus Player
  • Google Pixel C
  • Google Pixel 2
  • Google Pixel XL
  • Google Pixel

Samsung Devices

  • Galaxy S8 – (G950F & G950W)
  • Galaxy Note 8
  • Galaxy S8 Plus – (G955 & G955FD)
  • Galaxy S7 Edge – (G935F, G935W8 & G935FD)
  • Galaxy S7 – (G930, G930F, G930FD & G930W8)
  • Galaxy A3 – (A320F)
  • Galaxy A5 – (A520F)
  • Galaxy A7 – (A720F & A720DS)
  • Galaxy A8 – (A810F & A810DS)
  • Galaxy C9 – Pro
  • Galaxy J7v
  • Galaxy J7 – Pro
  • Galaxy J7 – Max
  • Galaxy A9 – (SM-A9100)
  • Galaxy A7 – (A710F & A710DS)
  • Galaxy J7 Prime – (G610DS, G610F & G610M DS)
  • Galaxy A5 – (A510F & A510F)
  • Galaxy A8 – (A810F & A810DS)
  • Galaxy Note FE

Motorola Devices

  • Moto G5 Plus (XT1684, XT1685 & XT1687)
  • Moto G5 series
  • Moto G4 Plus series
  • Moto G4 series
  • Moto Z (XT1635 to 03)
  • Moto Z Force
  • Moto Z Style
  • Moto Z2 Play
  • Moto Z Play

LG Devices

  • V10 (H960, H960A, & H960AR)
  • Nexus 5X
  • Q8
  • Q6
  • X Venture
  • Pad IV – 8.0

Huawei Devices

  • P10 (VTR-L09, VTRL29, VTR-TL00 & VTR-AL00)
  • P10 lite (Lx1, Lx2 & Lx3)
  • Honor 9 (TL10, AL00 & AL10)
  • P8 Lite
  • P9 Lite
  • Honor 8 Lite
  • Nova Lite
  • GR3
  • Y7 Prime
  • Nova 2
  • Nova 2 Plus
  • Honor 8 Pro
  • P10 Plus
  • Mate 9 Porsche Design
  • Mate 9
  • Mate 9 Pro
  • Nexus 6P

Asus Devices

  • ZenFone 4 (ZE554KL)
  • ZenFone Pro (ZS551KL)
  • ZenFone 4 Max / ZC520KL
  • ZenFone 4 Max Pro / ZC554KL
  • ZenFone 4 Selfie / ZD553KL
  • ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro / ZD552KL
  • Zenpad Z8s / ZT582KL
  • Zenfone Go / ZB552KL
  • Zenfone Live / ZB501KL
  • Zenfone 3s Max
  • Zenfone AR
  • Zenfone 3 Zoom
  • Zenfone 3 Max
  • Zenfone 3 Deluxe / 5.5
  • Zenfone 3 Laser
  • Zenfone 3
  • Zenfone 3 Ultra
  • ZenPad Z8s
  • ZenPad 3s / 8.0
  • ZenPad 3s / 10
  • ZenPad Z10

Sony Devices

  • Xperia XZ Premium – (G8141 & G8142)
  • Xperia L1 – (G3311, G3312 & G3313)
  • Xperia XZS (G8231 & G8232)
  • Xperia XA1 (G3116, G3121, G3123 & G3125)
  • Xperia XZ (F8331 & F8332)
  • Xperia XA1 Ultra – (G3221, G3212, G3223 & G3226)
  • Xperia XA Ultra
  • Xperia XA
  • Xperia XA Ultra
  • Xperia XA
  • Xperia X Performance
  • Xperia Z5 Premium
  • Xperia Z5
  • Xperia X (F5121 & F5122)
  • Xperia X Compact
  • Xperia E5

Lenovo Devices

  • Zuk Edge
  • P2
  • K6
  • K6 Note
  • K6 Power
  • Zuk Z2
  • Zuk Z2 Plus
  • Zuk Z2 Pro
  • A6600 Plus


  • U11
  • U Ultra
  • U Play
  • Desire 10 Pro
  • Desire 10 Lifestyle
  • HTC 10
  • Evo 10


  • Mi 6
  • Redmi Note 5
  • Redmi Pro 2
  • Mi 5s
  • Note 4
  • Mi Max
  • Mi Max 2
  • Mi 5s Plus
  • Mi Note 2
  • Mi Mix
  • Mi 5X
  • Redmi 5A


  • Axon 7
  • Axon 7 Mini
  • Blade V8
  • Blade V7
  • Axon Pro
  • Axon 7s
  • Nubia Z17
  • Max XL
  • Axon Elite
  • Axon Mini


Ever since Google announced the rollout, this is the question every Android device owner has been asking. It is true that hundreds of thousands of Android devices will receive the update (albeit in time), but many will not. If you have one of the newer phones you bought not very long ago and is a little (if not very) pricey, you are more likely to receive the update, but probably more later than sooner. Take a look at the list of the eligible devices we have put together for you.

The users with moderately or low priced Android devices may never become eligible for Oreo. Well, at least not officially. There is always a way to side-load any firmware even on a non-eligible device. But, that creates more problems than it solves. Oreo is designed for devices with more advanced specs. It may cause troubles on a low-speck mobile. So, say, your devices run on an older version like KitKat, I would strongly recommend you to NOT side-load Oreo.

Google has already released Oreo to its own range of phones including top of the line Pixel and Nexus series. Nexus 5 and 6 are quite old relatively and they will not support Android Oreo.

If you happen to have one of the phones from the Google range, you could be among the first to get the Oreo update. All you got to do is register your devices for the Android Beta Program. This, you can do by visiting You will need to sign in with your Google account. You will instantly receive the update after registering to this program. Please also note that registering here will place you on the top of the future rollout queue. If you don’t wish to receive any beta updates in the future, remove your Google device from this program after upgrading to Android Oreo 8.0.


That’s another incredible question. Technically speaking, Google wouldn’t mandate the upgrade on the eligible devices. So, even if do not upgrade, you can continue using your device with the existing firmware like before.

But, what you meant to asked was if you will miss something big by not upgrading, I would say a bit but not a lot. Oreo does bring to you little more utilitarian value, better device performance, and improved power optimization. It adds a bit of cosmetic appeal to the device too. But, if you have been happy with your existing firmware, you may probably not feel as excited after upgrading as the one who has been struggling with their device.

I will also add that Oreo is the most advanced Android version. There is absolutely no harm in upgrading!