Owners of the unlocked HTC U11 can expect a treat to help them get through their post-holiday weekend Monday blues.
Apart from OnePlus, no other major non-Google company has rolled out the Oreo update to its 2016 phones, which effectively makes Sony the first to do so. The 10, Ultra and u11 life will receive the update.
The Android 8.0 Oreo upgrade for the HTC U11 will start hitting unlocked variants of the flagship starting tomorrow, November 27th, HTC Vice President of Product Management Mo Versi said earlier this week, thus confirming rumors from late October.
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For now, HTC will be rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo to unlocked HTC U11 smartphones in the US. Apart from this, users will get the goodness of Android Oreo. HTC seems to be on the right track, as it already released the update in its homeland, Taiwan, and the USA is already getting the update too. It is clear that users will experience popular updates like Picture-in-Picture mode, which gives users the luxury to open another app while simultaneously watching a video.
Back in August, Taiwanese smartphone brand HTC confirmed that it would roll out the Android 8.0 Oreo update for U11 in Q4 of this year, and, the company did start rolling out the Oreo update for U11 in Taiwan around two weeks ago. HTC has added the best-in-class cameras on the U11, and the phone also has the top-notch hardware. You can head over to software update section in Settings app to check for the update manually.
You must take your valuable data and images out from the smartphone using a microSD card or any other hard drive because the update may cause loss of your data.