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10 Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Oreo Release Date Tips



Track Android 8.0 Oreo

Track Android 8.0 Oreo

Now this uncertainty doesn't mean you shouldn't track what's going on with Samsung, its carrier partners, and the Android 8.0 Oreo roll out. You absolutely should.

If Samsung decides to push a Galaxy Note 5 Android Oreo update, and again that's a huge if, we don't expect it to roll out for several more weeks at least.

Galaxy flagships always get major Android software first and we expect Samsung to focus on the Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, and Galaxy S7 before pushing updates to mid-range devices and older phones and tablets. 

Once Samsung's Oreo roll out is underway, make sure you keep an eye out for software leaks (software often leaks out ahead of time) and information from Samsung's carrier partners. 

Carriers like T-Mobile and Rogers keep updated Android schedules and they'll provide you with reliable information about the update and the roll out. If there is one. 

You should also keep an eye on Galaxy Note 5 support pages (like this one at AT&T) because they'll also shed some light on software updates.

Samsung might not make any announcements regarding the Galaxy Note 5 Oreo update so you'll need to keep an ear to the ground once the update starts pushing around the world. 

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