Oreo for Honor 8 Pro and Honor 9 is ready

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Huawei has announced that users of the Honor 8 Pro and Honor 9 will soon be able to download the current major Android version to their smartphone: the upgrade will be distributed immediately. In the second quarter, the Honor 7X and Honor 8 will follow.

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For two smartphones of its brand Honor, the Chinese manufacturer Huawei has upgraded to the current Android major version 8.0 alias Oreo published. For the Honor 8 Pro and the Honor 9 the distribution of the update should have begun.

 


In the forum of vigain.com users of Honor 9 describe that the upgrade has not yet arrived with them. However, such updates are distributed in waves, so it may take a while for the upgrade to arrive at the user.

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Speed should have been improved

In addition to the features of Android 8.0, the speed of smartphones should be improved. The resource management should also adapt to the user behavior and thus simplify the application.

Huawei plans to bring more upgrades to its Honor smartphones this year. For example, the Honor 7x will also be upgrading to Android 8.0 in the second quarter. Also in the second quarter, the Honor 8, which the company had presented in summer 2016 in Germany, will get Android 8.0. Already delivered with Oreo is the Honor View 10, a cheaper version of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.

Android 8.x has not arrived in the market yet

Currently, Oreo has not found any significant distribution: The Android versions 8.0 and 8.1 come according to the January survey Google according to currently together a market share of a meager 0.7 percent. On Android 8.1 alone accounts for only 0.2 percent. In the previous year, Google did the same thing with Android 7.

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