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List of Android 9.0 Pie Supported Oppo Devices

Here we will list all the eligible Android 9.0 Pie Supported Oppo device (Android Pie). As we know manufacturers are still working on rolling Oreo out to customers before the end of 2018-19.

Google finally revealed the next version of Android OS called Android 9.0 Pie. We prepared a series of devices to get the update of which, this is List of Android 9.0 Pie Supported Oppo Devices. Oppo is a Chinese smartphone manufacturer which has featured outstanding smartphones with high-end configurations. The Chinese brand is presently aiming towards making its cameras way better than others because of the selfie generation.

Android 9.0 Pie update is been rolling out to Pixel phones now. The currently supported devices are Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Google announced the Android Pie beta preview earlier this year and includes lots of new features. Google also says that the devices that were a part of the Android P developer preview program with brands such as Sony, Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus, Essential, and more along with some Android One phones, will get the Android 9.0 Pie in the fall.

List of Android 9.0 P Supported Oppo Devices

As we know Google always prefer to name the Android version with some dessert, Google finally made a surprise of choosing Android Pie as the 9th iteration of the Android OS after Android Oreo. In recent days, Samsung started rolling Android Oreo update for Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, Note 8 and soon they will release it for all the eligible device by the end of 2018. Samsung is always keen on rolling the security patch update for their devices. Until now, Samsung has tried to deliver every major update of Android version to their devices as soon as possible.

So, the upcoming update is basically more privacy and security-oriented update with a bunch of features strengthening its wall of security between the users and hackers, intruders such as lockdown mode, restricting background apps to access camera and mic, unified fingerprint dialog, and much more. According to Google’s manifest, the Android P will be officially rolled out starting in August 2018. Smartphone manufacturers in the priority list such as Samsung, LG, HTC, and others will get the update for their newer phones released in early or mid-2017 and 2018. Other smartphone users will have to wait for their turn to receive the update that will be sent via OTA. Note that, there is a great chance that your smartphone is not eligible.

What’s on Android 9.0 Pie?

Finally, Google started rolling the next major version of Android for the supported Google Pixel device. After the Android 8.0 Oreo, this is the 9th iteration from Google. The Android P developer preview is out for the for developers (and eager Android enthusiasts) to take for a test drive. With Android P, Google has revamped many UI changes which include the notification panel, Settings, Quick Toggles and more. The main highlighted features of Android P is notification panel, indoor WiFi positioning, support for iPhone X-style notches, Material Design 2, Dark Mode, Enhanced Auto-fill, Dual Camera API, Neural network API implementation and many more.

Features of Android 9.0 Pie

Android 9.0 Pie

Here is the list of top features in Android 9.0 Pie:

New Notification Panel: With Android P, Google has completely changed the interface on the notification panel. The quick toggle button now resides inside the dark circle while date, time and carrier name have been removed. With the new notification, Google will also let you select the reply from Google’s machine learning-powered Smart Replies, which scans your messages and will suggest custom replies for you.

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iPhone X Like Notch Support: With phone screens getting bigger and bigger and bezels getting slimmer and slimmer, the smartphone manufacturers now have no room for camera, and earpieces> If you like it or not, Google has introduced Notch supports in Android P for developers to test how their app will behave on devices with notches.

Multi-camera API: Google finally introducing the Multi-Camera API which enables developers to “create innovative features not possible with just a single camera.” Also, this feature allows every app to request multi-camera instead of the single camera.

WiFi Round-Trip-Time (RTT): This feature allows apps to receive indoor positioning data at an accuracy of 1-2 meters of your position.

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New UI for settings/quick settings: Google once again revamped the settings menu and quick settings after the Android Oreo. With the new settings UI, Google introducing new icons for each settings menu.

Power Saving: In Android Nougat, Google introduced the Doze mode which enables more battery backup while your phone is not in use. With Android P, Google has worked hard to bring the more advanced doze mode with App Standby, and Background Limits to further improve battery life.

Enhanced Auto-fill: Auto-Fill one of the best features which will save all your username and password. Google rolled this feature in Android Oreo and now they have improvised it with Android P.

and more features such as:

  • New Animation/Transition
  • Pixel launcher has been improved
  • Battery saver no longer shows orange warning
  • About phone screen now shows additional info in a popup window.
  • Screenshot button in power menu
  • Text selection zoom (like iOS)
  • Battery saver can now be scheduled.
  • Do Not Disturb has been simplified down to a single mode
  • Volume buttons now control media volume by default
  • Adaptive Brightness is now much more useful as it actually changes the base brightness level
  • Hotspot can be turned off automatically if no devices are connected
  • Rotation can be locked to landscape mode

List of Android 9.0 Pie Supported Oppo Devices

List of Android 9.0 Pie Supported Oppo Devices

Oppo K1 

The Oppo K1 is one of those Smartphones which have not been released by the Company yet. Despite this, there is still a lot of rumors and renders about the Smartphone online. The Smartphone has created much hype much before the release. Anyways, since the Smartphone would be released after the launch of Android 9 Pie, we expect it to come with the new Android Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo Realme 2

The Oppo Realme 2 is one of the most popular Android Device from the Company. The Oppo Realme 2 is by RealMe which is actually a sub-brand of the Oppo. Anyways, the Oppo Realme 2 has some of the great specifications for a sub 15k smartphone out there. With that being said, we can expect an update for the latest Android 9 Pie update for this device.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo Realme 2 Pro

The Oppo Realme 2 Pro is another great device offering by RealMe, a subbrand of the Oppo. The device has a 6.3 inches Full HD Display with a waterdrop notch on the top. Under the hood, the RealMe 2 Pro is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chip along with 8 GB of RAM. These specifications are quite powerful. Keeping that in mind, we can expect an update for the latest Android 9 Pie update for this device.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo Realme C1

The Oppo Realme C1 is a budget device offering from the Oppo’s subbrand RealMe. The device is priced below 10k and for that price packs in some great specifications. For instance, the device has a 6.2 inches Full HD Display. Under the hood, the RealMe 2 Pro is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chip along with 2 GB of RAM. These specifications are quite decent for a sub 10k device. With that being said, we can expect an update for the latest Android 9 Pie update for this device.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo A7x

The Oppo A7x is one of the latest offerings from the Company. This device has a 6.3 inch Full HD Display which is quite decent. The device is powered by a MediaTek MT6771 Helio P60 chip along with 4 GB of RAM. There is a 3500 mAh capacity battery powering this device. This device is much likely getting an update for the latest Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo R17

The Oppo R17 was released in September this year by the Company. The device has a 6.4 inch Full HD Display. Under the hood, the device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 chip along with 8 GB of RAM. There is a 3500 mAh capacity battery powering this device. This device is will also be getting an update for the latest Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo R17 Pro

The Oppo R17 Pro was released by Oppo in the month of October, soon after the launch of the Oppo R17. This device has a 6.4 inch Full HD Display. Talking about the internals, the device is powered by a Snapdragon 710 chip along with 8 GB of RAM. With that being said, we can expect an update for the latest Android 9 Pie update for this device.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo F9/ Pro

The Oppo F9/ Pro is another great offering by the company. The device features a 6.3 inches Full HD Display. Under the hood, the device is powered by a MediaTek MT6771 Helio P60 chip along with 6 GB of RAM. There is a 3500 mAh capacity battery powering this device. With that being said, we can also expect an update for Android 9 Pie for this device as well.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo R15 Plus

The Oppo R15 Plus is one of those Smartphones which have not been released by the Company yet. Despite this, there is still a lot of rumors and renders about the Smartphone online. The Smartphone has created much hype much before the release. Anyways, since the Smartphone would be released after the launch of Android 9 Pie, we expect it to come with the new Android Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo R15

The Oppo R15 was released by the Company this year in March. The device is powered by an MT6771 Helio P60 chip along with massive 6 GB of RAM. We can expect Oppo to roll out an Android 9 Pie update for this device pretty soon.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo A3S

The Oppo A3S was released last month of this year. That being said, the device comes with a Snapdragon 450 and 2 GB of RAM. This device is much likely getting an update for the latest Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo A5

The Oppo A5 was also released by the Oppo last month. This device is powered by a Snapdragon 450 chip inside. This Oppo A 5 has 4 GB of RAM. This device is also much likely to get an update for the latest Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo Find X

The Oppo Find X is another great Android Device released by the Company last month. This device is powered by a Snapdragon 845 chip along with 8 GB of RAM. This device will also get an update for the latest Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo F7

The MT6771 Helio P60 was released by Oppo in the month of March this year. The device is powered by an MT6771 Helio P60 chip along with massive 6 GB of RAM. This device will also be updated to the latest version of Android, that is Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo Realme 1

The Oppo Realme 1 is currently one of the most popular Android Device in the markets. The device was released back in May this year. That being said, the device is powered by an MT6771 Helio P60 chip inside along with 6 GB of RAM. This device is also much likely to get an update for the latest Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo A71 (2018)

The Oppo A71 (2018) is also one of the recently released Android Device. This Android Device is powered by a Snapdragon 450 chip inside along with 3 GB of RAM. This device will also be updated to the latest version of Android, that is Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo F5

The Oppo F5 was released last year in the month of November. This device is powered by an MT6763T Helio P23 chip inside along with massive of 6 GB of RAM. This device is also much likely to get an update for the latest Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo R11

The Oppo R11 was released last year in the month of June 2017. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 660chip inside along with 6 GB of RAM. These specifications still hold good even today. That being said, the device is expected to get an Android 9 Pie update soon.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Oppo R11S

The Oppo R11s is another great device by Oppo which was released way back in 2017, November. This device is powered by a Snapdragon 660 chip inside along with 4 GB of RAM. That being said, since it has been a while since the launch of this device, it is much likely to not get updated to the latest Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Will not be updated

Oppo F3

The Oppo F3, if you remember was released back in May 2017. This device is powered by an MT6750T chip along with 4 GB of RAM. This device would not be updated to the latest version of Android which is the Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Will not be updated

Oppo F3 Plus

The Oppo F3 Plus was also released back in May 2017. This device is powered by a Snapdragon 653 chip along with 4 GB of RAM which is quite good. This device is also much likely get an update for the latest Android 9 Pie.

Estimated date: Yet to be announced

Didn’t find your Device in the list?

As aforementioned, if your smartphone was originally released before 2017, there is a great chance that your phone might not support the upcoming Android P. It is because of the fact that every OS update has a specific hardware requirement which must be met in order to support a new operating system. Smartphone manufacturers would invest heavily in new smartphones which meet the hardware requirements of the new OS rather than updating the old smartphones as it would take a lot of time and capital resulting in a loss.

So, smartphone manufacturers offer new phones with the upcoming OS support while some higher-end smartphones like Samsung Galaxy S9 or S10 would have the capability to upgrade to Android P when it was released. Also, many smartphone users will have to wait for quite a long time even though their smartphone is covered under eligibility list of Android P because unlike Apple iOS, phone carriers can withstand Android’s will to delay the update for their smartphone. This means it could take months for the phone to receive the update and probably more if it is in the locked mode.

What to do if you aren’t receiving Android P?

The percentage of smartphones getting the newer update is wobbling. With increasing hardware requirements with every successive Android update, the number of smartphones phasing out are increasing while only the newer smartphones with required hardware specifications getting the update. It is no surprise that your smartphone older than a year and more might not receive an update but the question is, what to do if you aren’t receiving Android P?

The simple answer is, get yourself a custom ROM. There are plenty of Custom ROMs available such as Lineage OS 16 which is being developed keeping the new Android P in mind. What’s more with the Custom ROM is that you get the chance to tweak into its features and churn out more features when paired with the stock Android operating system. There are a bunch of other custom ROMs which you can search here on GetDroidTips. Although it takes little efforts, it is worth if you are looking to get more features with Android P as your OS on your phone which was originally not eligible to receive the official update. Here you can also check out the list of Android P supported Oppo devices.

Comments

  1. I just got my Opportunity A3s 3GB/32GB Rom. I don’t see this device online. I just want to know if the 3GB variant is going to get the update?

  2. Bullshit.. this just says update yet to be announced and there is a whole lot of junk written. All it matters is you don’t know when update is available and tats only one line.

    1. I just got my Opportunity A3s 3GB/32GB Rom. I don’t see this device online. I just want to know if the 3GB variant is going to get the update?

  3. I have oppo a5s and its running on android 8.1 out of the box.will oppo give the pie update for this phone?

  4. what!?! oppo a71 will get a pie update? how about oppo a7, oppo a7 is more expensive and updated and wont get pie update!?!

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