Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, and S6 Edge Plus may soon get Oreo update

A few days back some information was leaked about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. And now a new piece of information suggests that soon Samsung will be releasing the latest Android 8.0 Oreo update for a couple of its older device including the old Samsung Galaxy S6-series (Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, S6 Edge Plus).

Samsung has recently surprised us by releasing the much-awaited software update for the old Galaxy On-series devices, and now it looks like the time for Samsung Galaxy S6 update has been arrived, so let�s check out more about it.

Galaxy S6 Edge
Image shows Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone
Image Courtesy: Samsung .com

Earlier the news was leaked on the internet as a person has talked to Samsung�s executive regarding this, and that source has confirmed the update, but from that time we have taken it as a hint because nothing has been officially confirmed by the brand yet. Samsung Galaxy S6 is a 3-year-old device, and recent reports suggest that the brand may be rolling out the update for the device in the month of January-February.

List of Samsung Phones To Get The Android Oreo 8.x Update

According to us, there are not many possibilities for the device to receive the Oreo update as generally Samsung doesn�t provide new Android software updates for its old devices and this time as well there is a possibility that Samsung will roll out the update only for its new devices. One of the major flaws of the brand is that they don�t share much information about the updates and if in case the update will not arrive for the S6 then maybe Samsung S7 will be receiving the update.

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