Every year, after Google released the next big update from Android, there's a week or so much excitement about the new features. Then, after the excitement wears off, there's a realization that you'll probably wait weeks or months before your phone gets the update.
Heck, my friend's Galaxy S7 Edge ($ 390 at Amazon Marketplace) Just received the Android Oreo update in July – almost a year after Google released it.
With the release of Android Pie in early August, it's time to wonder when – or if – your phone will receive all the latest treats in Android Pie.
To reduce users' frustration, some cell phone manufacturers have announced when they will produce Android 9.0 Pie and what devices they will receive. We have summarized all the following announcements.
One benefit of having a Google smartphone is that you are always the first to receive the monthly security updates and major operating system versions, such as Android Pie.
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Essential participated in the Android P-Beta program and had through a form of magic finished the final release of Android Pie for release the same day. Google pushed it on its own phones.
If you own an Essential Phone, crush this update button!
In the past, Motorola had an excellent record of updating its phones within a week – if not days – from Google, which released the finalized build. Unfortunately, things have changed.
The Lenovo company, however, has said that the following phones will receive the update beginning this fall:
Sony has also releasedof phones that the company will release the Android Pie Update for. Instead of a vague "Sliding out this case" slogan, Sony is slightly more precise in terms of timing. Well, for most of his phones.  Xperia XZ2
OnePlus used the OnePlus 6 ($ 644 on Amazon.com) to participate in the Android P beta program and continues to work on completing an Android Pie build for its latest smartphone. However, the fun does not end for OnePlus users. The company has recently announced in a forum post that several of its phones will receive Android Pie:
- OnePlus 6
- OnePlus 5/5 T
- OnePlus 3 / 3T
The post goes on to point out A few days after Android Pie was released, HTC picked up to Twitter fans know that it plans to update the following phones to Android Pie:
- HTC U12 +
- ] HTC U11
- HTC U11 +
- HTC U11 Life (Android One)
The date of the updates was not announced, but the company promises to announce it "in due course".
Google has enabled some hardware partners to participate in the Android P beta program this year. In this way, participating device manufacturers have a big lead in integrating the update with their own devices and Android tweaks. Some of these partners have already announced (or released) Android Pie device availability, while others have remained silent. However, it should be said that the following companies are working with the finished Android Pie build and its ultimate release release:
It is important to remember that the beta program is not available for all phones of the respective manufacturer was available, so the update may only be limited to the devices eligible for the beta program.
Samsung is known for Take the time to upgrade existing devices to the latest version of Android. The first update round for the latest Galaxy phones – S9, S9 +, Note 9 – should start producing news starting in March, but it will probably take a few more months before your phone receives the update.
You can thank Samsung's great adaptation of Android and wireless carriers for the long wait.
LG has not announced anything in connection with updating its line of phones on Android Pie. Typically, the newer phones (12 to 18 months old) are included in the latest OS updates, but until LG devises his plans, nothing is set in stone.