The Honor 8 Test Firmware Based on Android Oreo

Months back, Honor said that Honor 8 would not get Android Oreo because of equipment restrictions. In any case, in the wake of acknowledging how much fans and clients were left frustrated by this assertion, the company appears to have changed that thought. Another Honor 8 firmware has recently spilt on XDA Developers and it is based on Android Oreo. This implies that the company might test the most recent variant of the operating system keeping in mind the end goal to reveal the last update soon. The Android Oreo firmware is tweaked with the EMUI 8.0, simply like each Huawei and Honor device which runs on Oreo.

About Project Treble

Some parts of the code contain a remark of the Project Treble and this uncovers that the smartphone may for sure help Google’s Project Treble once it will be updated to Android Oreo. In the event that you don’t have the foggiest idea, because of Project Treble, the operating system gets partitioned into two structures: one contains the centre operating system and another incorporates all the company’s customization.

On account of this branch, it will be simpler for Huawei to release quick and consistent updates. In any case, there is likewise to state that Honor gadgets don’t get an awesome long-term support, so we don’t know in what cases the Project Treble will be helpful after Honor 8 will be updated to Android Oreo.

About the release date

Keep in mind that the leaked firmware is a testing adaptation of the Chinese firmware of Android Oreo, and all the portrayed highlights from above don’t respect the worldwide rendition, at any rate for the time being. Right now, we don’t have any data on a possible release date of the worldwide Android Oreo update. Be that as it may, now, the odds to see the most recent Android form on the Honor 8 in the worldwide markets is quite high. Honor 8 was launched in mid-2016 with Android Marshmallow, and it was updated to Nougat in mid-2017.

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