When a new Android Operating System update is announced by Google there are a few steps that take place before it becomes ready for your device. The manufacturer receives the update and customises the software for the device and mobile carriers in each country. Once this is completed they’ll send the update to the carriers for testing.
The below table provides information on the latest Android updates we’ve received for testing and approval as of the 02/10/2018. If no information is listed, it means we haven't received the build or any new details from the manufacturer.
When a version is marked as completed it means testing has been finished on our end and approved. Each manufacturer has a process for releasing updates to devices and once we approve the update, it’s sent back to the manufacturer to be released through their standard update processes. Generally, updates are rolled out progressively, for example the manufacturers might make the update available for a small number of users (i.e. 5%) initially; then if no unforeseen problems pop up, it’ll gradually be made available to more and more users over the following weeks.
Manufacturer & Device
Next version and Latest Information
Update to Android 8.0
Google CVE’s for August + face unlock feature added
Mate 10 Pro
Patch to improve PUBG performance on GPU Turbo update.
Android 8.1.0 update + VoLTE enabled
Galaxy Ace 3
Galaxy A5 (2017)
Galaxy Note 4
Galaxy Note Edge
Galaxy Note 5
Galaxy S6 Edge
Galaxy S7 Edge
Galaxy S9 +
Galaxy Note 10.1 FG
Galaxy Note 8
Super Slow-Mo addition to camera, AR emoji, Optus EVS (enhanced voice services) + Google CVE’s for September
Galaxy Note 9
Camera Super Slow-Mo single mod fix, Optus EVS + September Google CVE’s