To kick it off, Canadian carrier Rogers confirmed it will begin rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo to the Key One starting June 28.
The update will also include Wi-Fi calling capabilities.
With Android P on the horizon, the heat is now on manufacturers to make sure that as many devices as possible are updated to Android 8.0 Oreo, with some phones still waiting.
Also included in that update were the Honor V8, Honor Note 8, and the Honor 6X.
While this update has been long coming, expect the final version to rollout globally at some point soon.
Google’s devices are usually the quickest to receive every new Android version.
In keeping with the company’s 18-month support policy, four Google devices were the first to receive the Oreo update: The Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, and Nexus 5X. This will be the final major update for the Nexus line.
The Honor 7X has finally started receiving the Oreo update after a beta program went live in several countries.
Historically, HTC has been one of the most conscientious original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) where updates are concerned. The HTC U11 was one of the first non-Google devices to upgrade to Android Oreo.
Another device, the Nokia 8, has already received the update.
During a Nokia 8 launch event in the Philippines, the company said it would support every Nokia-branded phone in its portfolio for two years from release.
But there’s still no confirmation on when the update will arrive in other markets.
As far as the company’s other phones are concerned, no announcements have been made at this time, so we’ll have to wait and see.
The company’s latest Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL shipped with Android 8.0 Oreo.