Android Oreo is the official name of the next version of Google’s mega-popular mobile operating system set to release soon.

Whether you have installed the Android Oreo developer preview or if you’re still playing it cool with the more stable Android Nougat, the update will arrive and install without much effort at all.

If you aren’t notified, you can try to check for the update in the settings menu, but keep in mind that Google is rolling the update out in phases. Of course, we’ll be keeping you abreast of when it officially debuts.

To be eligible for the update, you’ll need to have a Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL,Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X or Pixel C to get started.

Don’t have a Google-branded phone? The company announced Project Treble, an initiative that will ensure that Android Oreo comes to many more devices than previous operating system updates. Additionally, the list of supported devices undoubtedly grow as the year goes on, with the Google Pixel 2 rumored to launch soon.

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