Android Pie was one the most anticipated Android versions in the history. With phones not getting drastic changes in the hardware department of things, it was time for the software side to become a major part of the game. We saw Google adding portrait mode without using a telephoto lens, making us believe how essential role software like AI and Machine Learning can play.
With Android Pie, comes more of these little yet major changes which will probably make our experience better. Here’s some of the interesting Android Pie Features that you should try out. 😉
But well, no matter how much an OS develops, everything goes in vain if you can’t taste it yourself. Often we get this question in our mind, ‘Will my phone get the Android Pie Upgrade?’
To answer this, we made a comprehensive list of phones (and also included some of the upcoming ones) which will get the latest Android version. Check out the list below if your phone is getting it or not!
Mobile Phones Released with or Upgradable to Android Pie:
We have categorized the phones on the basis of the manufacturer. And they are arranged in no specific order. 🙂
After the unfortunate death of Nexus devices, Google Pixels are the only phones controlled entirely by Google on both the hardware and software side of things. Google promises the latest Android versions and supports up to three years of security updates to their Pixel devices and here’s every Pixel phone getting Android Pie.
- Pixel and Pixel XL
- Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL
- Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL
Android Beta Program Partners:
For the first time ever, many companies registered for the Android Beta program which enabled the particular devices to get Android Pie (Beta). Now that the official version’s here, these devices will also get the Android Pie!
- Sony Xperia XZ2
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S
- Nokia 7 Plus
- Oppo R15 Pro
- Vivo X21
- OnePlus 6
- Essential PH-1
Samsung, being the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer, also has to take care of whether or not its devices are getting the latest updates. Samsung usually used to lag behind when it came to Android updates but recently, this has changed. Even though Samsung doesn’t give its users a stock Android experience, these are the phones getting Android Pie with Samsung’s own touch.
- Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus / S8 Active
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8
- Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9 Plus / S9 Active
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- And probably the bunch of J and A series phones Samsung launched in 2018 with Android O.
LG’s journey has been a little rough in the past couple of years. Even though LG managed to make a couple of great phones like the V30 and the G7 ThinQ, these phones weren’t really successful across the globe. Still, LG phones are also getting Android Pie and here are those.
- LG G7 ThinQ
- LG V30 and V30s
- LG V20
- LG G6
OnePlus revolutionized the way flagship smartphones were sold. The company started offering high-end specs at a reasonably cheap price which made it perfect to strive in markets like India. Here are all the OnePlus phones getting Android Pie.
- OnePlus 6, 6T
- OnePlus 5, 5T
- OnePlus 3, 3T
Huawei’s latest devices have turned out to be a significant success for the company, defeating Apple and clinching the title of world’s second largest mobile phone maker. The company has manufactured some of the most impressive phones this year and also added features like GPU Turbo which excited the Mobile gamers around the world. Below is the list of Huawei / Honor phones getting Android Pie.
- Huawei P10
- Huawei P20 / P20 Pro / P20 Lite
- Huawei Mate 10 / Mate 10 Pro / Mate 1o Porsche Design Edition
- Honor 9
- Honor View 10
- Huawei Mate 9
- Honor Play
- Honor Note 10
- Honor View 10
Even though Asus was silent in the last decade, it suddenly rode up with some great offerings in the market. The Asus Zenfone is no longer just a laggy smartphone with a huge battery, but a great phone with an awesome battery life. Here are some of the already launched and upcoming Asus devices which will surely get Android Pie.
- Asus Zenfone 5 / 5Z / 5 Lite
- Asus Zenfone Max (M1) / Max Pro (M1)
- Asus ROG Phone
- Asus Zenfone 4 / 4 Pro
With HMD Global taking the hold of Nokia’s Android devices, it has made some great phones this year as well. Nokia was always known for its awesome built quality and they’ve made sure that their phones have the best quality. Apart from hardware, they’ve kept the software quite simple, almost pure stock Android. And with that said, here’s every Nokia phone getting Android Pie.
- Nokia 6.1
- Nokia 7
- Nokia 7 Plus
- Nokia 8
- Nokia 8 Sirocco
After Lenovo’s takeover, Motorola has been quite lenient when it came to updating to their phones. However, all the Moto phones announced after 2017 will be getting Android Pie. Here’s the list.
- Moto G5 / G5S / G6
- Moto G5+ / G5S+ / G6+
- Moto E4 / E4+ / E5 / E5+
- Moto X4 / X5
- Moto Z2 Play / Z2 Force / Z3 / Z3 Play
- Motorola One / One Power
Xiaomi is one of those manufacturers popular for supporting their smartphones for a long period. As usual, they have a good list of smartphones that are upgradable to Pie.
But what’s worth mentioning that the Mi devices run on MIUI which is pretty different in both UI and the way it behaves, from the traditional Stock Android. So, the devices get MIUI updates for a longer period than the Android Version Upgrades.
- Mi 8 / 8 Explorer
- Mi 6 / 6 Plus
- Mi Mix 2 / 2s
- Mi A1
- Mi A2
- Mi Max 3
- Redmi Note 5 Pro
- Redmi 6 / 6A / 6 Pro
Some Worthy Mentions:
Some other phones getting Android Pie are as follows.
- Sony Xperia XZ / XZ Premium
- Sony Xperia Z5
- BlackBerry Key2
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So that was the list of all the major phones getting Android Pie in the near future. We’ll update this post as soon as we get more information about new devices.
Did you find your device? That’s exciting. Let us know in the comments below.
Even if you don’t find your device listed over here, don’t get upset. As reported by BGR on 1st October 2018, less than 0.1% of Android Users are on Pie. So, you are not alone in the woods.
I strongly hope with the release of Project Treble, the devices get faster updates in the near future.
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That’s all for now. I will be back soon with another interesting update. Till then, stay tuned!