After HTC announces the U11 (Test), U Ultra (Hands-On) and 10 (Test) models with Android 8.0 Oreo (Test) a few days ago, the manufacturer has also called a first timeframe. The beginning of the current flagship U11 from the fourth quarter.
The U Ultra from January and the 10 from the last year will be followed, but without the stated period. Other devices and details, however, will only be announced later, as HTC communicates via Twitter. For the HTC 10, the current security patch is also available as an update.
BlackBerry KeyOne gets Oreo, the rest is unclear
In addition to HTC, TCL for the BlackBerry KeyOne (test) has also announced an update to the new Android version, but no timeframe. The updates so far have been partially delayed, the BlackBerry Private (test) has still not received an update to Android 7.0 nougat, a failure to appear after getting out of the hardware business is unlikely, even if BlackBerry Limited joined together with TCL to provide security patches and more Software aspects.
The smartphone appeared late 2015 with the already outdated Android 5.1.1, an update to 6.0 Marshmallow appears in April 2016. Already in August last year Google released 7.0, whose successor Oreo has now also appeared.