Android 9.0 Pie: which devices will receive the update?

Like every year, Google offers the new version of its operating system. Now users of some smartphones and tablets can now install Android 9.0 Pie and get a first impression. Is it possible to install Android Pie on your device? Here is the answer.

Android Pie, official since August 2018

He's already here. Android Pie became official in August to the delight of many. For others, the arrival of this new version only increases the problem of fragmentation of Android versions. Just over 15% of users have Android Oreo and almost 35% have a lower version than Marshmallow. We hope that Android One and Android Go will help you solve this problem.

Which devices can I install Android Pie on?

In our tables, you will find the answer. Some devices have already received the update, others do not, but they are expected to do so, in some cases the manufacturer has not issued a statement... different ways of doing.

Google

ANDROID P
Google Pixel 2 Yes (update received)
Google Pixel 2 XL Yes (update received)
Google Pixel Yes (update received)

Currently, this new version of Android can only be installed on 4 devices. All of Google, of course. This tradition dates back to the times of the Nexus when the devices had the reputation of being for developers and, therefore, the most suitable for testing new versions.

BQ

ANDROID P
BQ Aquaris X2 Yup
BQ Aquaris X2 Pro Yup
BQ Aquaris X Yup
BQ Aquaris X Pro Yup
BQ Aquaris U2 Yup
BQ Aquaris U2 Lite Yup
BQ Aquaris V Yup
BQ Aquaris V Plus Yup
BQ Aquaris VS Yup
BQ Aquaris VS Plus Yup

Esssential Phone

ANDROID P
Essential Phone PH-1 Yes

Honor

ANDROID P
Honor 9 likely
Honor 10 likely
Honor View 10 likely
Honor 8 Lite likely
Honor 8 Pro likely
Honor 6X likely
Honor 7X likely

HTC

ANDROID P
HTC U12 + Yes
HTC U11 Yes
HTC U11 + Yes
HTC U11 Life Yes

Huawei

Android P
Huawei Mate 10 Lite Yes
Huawei Mate 10 Yes
Huawei Mate 10 Pro Yes
Huawei Nova 2i Yes
Huawei P8 Lite Yes
Huawei P10 Lite Yes
Huawei P10 Yes
Huawei P20 Yes
Huawei P20 Pro Yes
Huawei P20 Lite Yes

LG

ANDROID P
LG G6 Likely
LG G7 Likely
LG V30 Likely
LG V40 Yes (expected)
LG G5 Likely

Motorola

ANDROID P
MOTO Z3 Yes
MOTO Z3 PLAY Yes
MOTO Z2 FORCE Yes
MOTO Z2 PLAY Yes
MOTO X4 Yes
MOTO G6 Yes
MOTO G6 PLUS Yes
MOTO G6 PLAY Yes

Nokia

Android P
Nokia 1 Yes (expected)
Nokia 2 Yes (expected)
Nokia 3 Yes (expected)
Nokia 5 Yes (expected)
Nokia 6 Yes (expected)
Nokia 6X Yes (expected)
Nokia 6 (2018) Yes (expected)
Nokia 7 Yes (expected)
Nokia 7 Plus Yes (beta available)
Nokia 8 Yes (expected)
Nokia 8 Sirocco Yes (expected)

OnePlus

ANDROID P
OnePlus 5 Likely
OnePlus 5T Likely
OnePlus 6 Yes (beta available)
OnePlus 3T Likely
OnePlus 3 Likely

Oppo

ANDROID P
Oppo R15 Pro5 Yes (beta available)

Samsung

ANDROID P
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) Likely
Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) Likely
Samsung Galaxy S8 Likely
Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus Likely
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Likely
Samsung Galaxy S9 Likely
Samsung Galaxy S9 + Likely

Sony

ANDROID P
Sony Xperia XZ Premium Yes
Sony Xperia XZ1 Yes
Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact Yes
Sony Xperia XZ1 Premium Yes
Sony Xperia XZ2 Yes
Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact Yes
Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium Yes
Sony Xperia XA2 Yes
Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra Yes
Sony Xperia XA2 Plus Yes
Sony Xperia XZ3 Yes

Xiaomi

ANDROID P
Xiaomi Mi 8 Yes (beta available)
Xiaomi Mi 6 Likely
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 Likely
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S Yes (beta available)
Xiaomi Mi 6X Likely
Xiaomi Mi 5 Yes (expected)
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Yes (expected)

We will update this list as soon as we have more information. In the meantime, don't hesitate to let us know if you know of some smartphones that will receive the update and your first impressions on Android P.

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