Nexus 6P Oreo OTA update to roll out at Rogers Canada on September 11

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The latest version of Android, the Android 8.0 Oreo update, is slowly rolling out to the masses. As of now, only a handful of eligible Pixel and Nexus smartphones have received it. Also, do make a note that only the unlocked variants of these devices have got the update right off the bat since these are directly controlled by Google, while carrier locked handsets are int he process of receiving updates, as we saw with AT&T Pixel, Optus Australia Nexus 6P, and also Verizon Pixel.

And speaking of the carrier locked devices, it is quite hard to predict as to when the update will be rolled out since a few of them manages to push the update quickly and in some cases, it often takes more time than usually expected. However, it looks like the Nexus 6P smartphones in Canada are set to be updated to goodness of Oreo very soon.

According to the Canadian carrier Rogers’s OS update list, Huawei-made Google Nexus 6P will get the update on September 11th. Apart from that, the website has also listed a bunch of devices along with their current OS version and the next update schedule, etc. which is quite useful. However, do make a note that the website has clearly mentioned about the possibility of change in date for the same. Hence we suggest you stay on the lookout for any kind of announcements.

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Android 8.0 Oreo update brings a bunch of changes and new features to the table, that is worth the upgrade. As of now, there are no major known issues with the Oreo update and hence, it looks like it is safe to upgrade to the new OS.

Also, Nexus 6P is a really good smartphone and it will be capable of handling the new update. It packs some powerful internals like a 2 GHz octa-core processor and a 3,450 mAh battery. We suggest you head over to the source link below to learn more about it and also take a look at the update schedule for other devices as well.

Read: Android 8.0 Oreo update release date for Android devices

Source: Rogers