Samsung has been known to release many smartphones in the year where there are flagship smartphones from the company in the various Galaxy series. Talking about the Samsung smartphones that have been released in the flagship lineup of smartphones from the company, we have seen the launch of the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus in the Galaxy S series as well as the Galaxy Note 8 that was launched in the Galaxy Note series by Samsung. Apart from that, we have also known that the company releases mid-range devices in their lineup as well launched in the Galaxy J series.
Now, Samsung launched the Galaxy J series of smartphones in 2017 which were named as the Galaxy J3, Galaxy J5, and the Galaxy J7. Apart from that, the Galaxy A series from Samsung were also launched such as the Galaxy A3, A5 and the Galaxy A7 other than the Galaxy A8 2018 which was launched earlier this year.
Now, we have received a list of devices that are included in the list of devices getting the Android Oreo update and the list includes all the Galaxy J 2017 devices including the J7+, J7 Max, J7 Neo, J7 Duos 2017 and J7 Prime. This list includes the expected flagship Samsung devices from 2016 also.
Also, the list of devices include the Samsung tablets as well like the Galaxy Tab S3, Tab E 8.0, Tab Active 2, Tab A 8.0 (SM-T355), Tab A 8.0 2017 (SM-T380/T385) and Tab A 10.1 (SM-T580). Also, we have seen the devices like Galaxy J4, Galaxy J6 and the Galaxy J8 2018 included in the list which means that these devices will be released later this year. Now, do note that the list of devices mentioned above is not official but we expect them to get the Android Oreo update. Stay tuned for more details regarding the Android Oreo update rollout for the above-mentioned devices
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