While all eyes are on presented last Monday, less than a quarter of devices around the world have received the update to . Among them, the mid-range and low-end models of a certain South Korean company.
According to this roadmap, there would be 11 Samsung devices that would not receive the Oreo update until the first quarter of next year 2019 . Among them you can find both 2016 models -something worthy of mention knowing that Samsung is used to releasing a single major update to its cheaper terminals-, such as 2017 and 2018. The complete list of terminals, with the estimated date for the update , is the next:
Update scheduled for January 2019
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017)
- Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2016)
- Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro
- Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro
- Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018)
- Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016)
- Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016)
- Samsung Galaxy On7 (2018)
- Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)
Update scheduled for February 2019
Update scheduled for March 2019
Although these dates may differ depending on each region, it is possible to see what the company’s plans are in each country through the Samsung Members application included in the brand’s terminals. To do this, you just have to access the side menu, and click on the “Notices” or “Novedades” section, where the programming of updates marked by Samsung will appear.
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