Android 8.0 Oreo isn't that widespread just yet, but it's already starting to trickle out.

Eventually, it'll roll out to Samsung phones, and now a list of exactly which of its devices will get it just got leaked.

Samsung Devices That Will Get Oreo

Straight off the bat, here's the list:

• Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus

• Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

• Galaxy S6, S6 edge, and S6 Plus

• Galaxy Note 8

• Galaxy Note 7 or Note FE

• Galaxy Note 5

• Galaxy A7 (2018)

• Galaxy A5 (2018)

• Galaxy A3 (2018)

• Galaxy A7 (2017)

• Galaxy A5 (2017)

• Galaxy A3 (2017)

• Galaxy A9 pro (2016)

• Galaxy A8 (2016)

• Galaxy On Max

• Galaxy Tab S3

• Galaxy Tab S2

• Galaxy Tab A (2017)

• Galaxy Tab A (2016)

• Galaxy Tab active 2

• Galaxy J7 (2016)

• Galaxy J7 Pro

• Galaxy J5 Pro

• Galaxy J7 Plus

• Galaxy J7 max

• Galaxy J7 prime

• Galaxy J7 core

• Galaxy C10

• Galaxy C9 pro

• Galaxy C7 pro

• Galaxy C5 pro

• Galaxy C7

As everyone can see, the update isn't just limited to the Galaxy phones, even the Galaxy tablets are in the mix too. Speaking of which, a slew of non-flagship devices is also there to boot, namely the Galaxy J, Galaxy C, and Galaxy A series.

This leak comes from a supposed industry insider in China via Weibo, and according to them, this is the finalized list as of Nov. 24. However, there's no word on when the Android update will make its way to the aforementioned Samsung devices.

Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo Beta

For those who missed it, Samsung already kicked off the Android 8.0 Oreo beta program for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus in the United States, the United Kingdom, and South Korea.

Aside from geographic restrictions, the rollout is pretty limited, especially in the case of U.S. owners who need to be on either Sprint or T-Mobile to participate.

On an interesting note, the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T, which are nearing old-phone status, received the Oreo flavor by way of OxygenOS 5.0 recently, getting the Android update way ahead of the newer and flashier OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T.

The Bottom Line

Long story short, most Galaxy devices are scheduled to get Android 8.0 Oreo sooner or later, but as usual, it's better to take this news with a grain of salt since the outcome hinges on just a leak, after all.

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