The tech giant HTC has rolled out the new operating system Android Oreo for its first premium liquid glass-back phone, namely HTC U Ultra, in India. The update comes with the software version 2.19.400.1, and sized 1.32GB (may depend on your current version, though), and is already seeding out as an OTA.
Here one thing is odd that the source is saying that the rollout is taking place in India, but the screenshot is in Italian. But anyway, this does confirm the HTC’s Oreo rollout for HTC U Ultra, as we don’t care whether that has begun in India or Italy — we just hope it’s not a unique combination of using U Ultra in Italian language in India that is making the device eligible for the Android Oreo 8.0 rollout.
The Oreo update is the talk of yesteryear now, BTW, as Google just released the first builds of Android P update for the Pixel devices. Yep, that’s Android 9.0, although the 9.0 version is still not official. That’s not to say Oreo update is any slouch. In fact, the Oreo iteration of the Android OS is credited as the most secure and stable version of the world’s largest OS for a reason.
Oreo update gets you some cool features like Autofill, picture-in-picture, Notification dots, renewed Settings app, etc. which you shall not miss. The Oreo update is already available for the HTC 10 and HTC U11 sets around the world, BTW.