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Tuesday, 13 February 2018

New Oreo Updates On Samsung S6 and Note 5 Schedule

Samsung is a big-name manufacturer company working with T-mobile recently brought Oreo update on the two major smartphones- Galaxy S6 and Note 5 on T-Mobile.


A report from ibtimes proposes that Samsung will work with T-Mobile to reveal the most recent form of Android Oreo for the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5. T-Mobile had rattled off these cell phones on their updates rollout page, which implies that the leader offerings from 2015 will see sweetest form of Android inside a month or two.

Remember the Galaxy S6 lineup is more than 3 years of age and keeping in mind that it's amazingly uncommon to see something so old get a noteworthy programming updates, these gadgets will probably stay on Android 8.0 Oreo for their rest of their lives (except for security updates).

There's still no word if different bearers will go with the same pattern. At this moment it's simply Samsung and T-Mobile all by their forlorn and still no ETA on when the update will start taking off. We'll have to check whether this pushes different bearers to do likewise.

Notwithstanding, this is an uncommon occurrence of an Android OEM taking off updates for a cell phone that has formally finished three years in the market. Google has kept up the convention of taking off Android updates to cell phones for up to two years, up to this point twisting the lead to help the Pixel 2 age for a long time with most recent Android OS refreshes. It might be conceivable that T-Mobile has gone into an extraordinary contract with Samsung for conveying the updates to S6 and Note 5 clients on its system, which implies that opened S6 and Note 5 clients might be as yet stayed with Android Nougat. While the update may convey new Oreo highlights to the cell phones, it is additionally anticipated that would bring a few bugs and issues.

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