Here is the list of HTC devices, which will receive Android Oreo update by the end of Q4 2017 (December 2017). Pixel and Nexus users will be among the first to get the new update, which is not surprising at all.
Google has already launched the Android 8.0 aka Android Oreo operating system this month.
One of the main issues that users have with the update is with Android Auto, which helps users connect their phone to cars. With this improvement, Android Oreo users will be able to enjoy theming of the Android Framework and Android System UI, theming of any third-party application, custom fonts for 3rd-party apps, and a status bar center-clock mod WITHOUT root.
By downloading these things, you can give your device a new look but you can't the features of the Android O on your device without actually updating it to Android Oreo.
In a new tweet, HTC USA's official Twitter account confirmed the HTC U11, HTC U Ultra, HTC 10 will be the first few devices to get Android 8.0. The devices also offer additional features like 12 MP rear-facing camera with OIS and PDAF, IP67 rating and USB type C for the faster charging and data transfer speed.
Android O is rolling out to Pixel and Nexus 5X/6P devices soon, according to Google.
The update supports several new features, including picture-in-picture video, notification dots, more privacy controls and a redesigned set of emojis.