Published: Sun, March 11, 2018
Science | By Joan Schultz

HTC U Ultra starts receiving Android 8.0 Oreo update

HTC U Ultra starts receiving Android 8.0 Oreo update

Notably, two other devices HTC 10 and HTC U11 have already been upgraded to latest Android Oreo OS. The smartphone runs on XOS based Android 8.0 Oreo operating system now.

Hong-Kong based handset manufacturer Infinix launched Infinix Note 4 in India previous year with Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. At the time of the launch, the smartphones were running Android 7.1 Nougat. Some users (mostly in Taiwan) will get the firmware version 2.19.709.2 with size of 1.58GB whereas other user will get v2.19.400.1 with size of about 1.32GB.

We're not sure to what extent the first Android Oreo so-called update exists for the V30 here in the United States of America, but clients who got the telephone through Verizon Wireless would today be able to download the Android Oreo update. Since it's a major Android update, it weighs a little high and for that reason, you have to be connected with high-speed Internet connection so it won't be interrupted in between the process.

If you've got a V30 on Verizon, have you gotten your Oreo update yet? The Changelog only shows "system enhancements" on the page so we could expect some system improvements of different functions with the update.

Motorola first confirmed its intention to bring Oreo to the Z2 Force back in September, and updates initially started going out in December. The update has fixed all the bugs and minor issues which were reported by the users of this device on their official forum page.

If you have already received the Oreo update on you Sony Xperia R1 or Xperia R1 Plus smartphone, do let us know about the changes in the comment section. We'll keep an eye out when the update is available for HTC U Ultra in Malaysia. After that, follow all basic instructions to install the update to your device. Users can go to Settings About Phone, to check for the latest update. For example, if you select an address, Oreo will offer you an option to look it up on Maps.

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