Android 15: Every phone expected to get this year's update

Android 15 logo on Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra smartphone
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Android 15 isn't set to release until much later in the year, but that hasn't stopped certain manufacturers from already promising support for the update on its devices.

As Google devices, we can expect much of the latest Pixel phone lineup to support Android 15 in full. In fact, Pixel devices from the Pixel 6a and up are currently eligible to (manually) join the Android 15 Developer Preview and test the update early. However, brands like Asus, Motorola, Samsung, Sony, and more have also promised to support the OS upgrade on a number of their devices post-launch. Here's what we know so far.

Android phones that will support Android 15

We've done our best to track down each of the devices currently tipped to support Android 15, through manufacturer claims, typical support history, and tracking sites like AndroidUpdateTracker.

However, the information here may not be 100% accurate and we will be doing our best to update it as and when relevant information becomes available. At the time of writing, these are the most likely phones to support Android 15 when it launches later in 2024.

Android 15: Supported Asus devices

Asus Zenfone 10

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Asus typically affords its smartphones two major OS updates with two further years of security updates. With one of those major OS updates being the jump to Android 14 (taking place in Feb. 2024), we'd expect Android 15 to eventually make its way to Asus ROG Phone 7 devices and up — just don't hold your breath on a speedy arrival.

  • Asus ROG Phone 8 Pro
  • Asus ROG Phone 8
  • Asus ROG Phone 7 Ultimate
  • Asus ROG Phone 7
  • Asus Zenfone 10

Not listed here, but also likely to support the Android 15 will be the upcoming Asus Zenfone 11 and Asus Zenfone 11 Ultra handsets.

Android 15: Supported Fairphone devices

Fairphone 5

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Fairphone 4 handsets were previously supported until the end of 2026. However, Fairphone is giving its smartphones another year's lease of life and pushing support to 2027. The company has claimed that this will result in the Fairphone 4 eventually receiving the Android 15 update (at the least). In turn, we'd expect the Fairphone 5 to get the same treatment.

  • Fairphone 5
  • Fairphone 4

Android 15: Supported Google Pixel devices

Google Pixel 7a review

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Google's Pixel phones will be one of the few devices to run Android 15 in its most native form. They're also among the first devices to feature in the Android 15 Developer Preview and will most likely be the first devices to receive the update once released.

  • Google Pixel 8 Pro
  • Google Pixel 8
  • Google Pixel Fold
  • Google Pixel 7a
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro
  • Google Pixel 7
  • Google Pixel 6a
  • Google Pixel 6 Pro
  • Google Pixel 6

Not included in this list, but almost certain to receive the update will be the unreleased Google Pixel 9, Google Pixel 9 Pro, Google Pixel 8a, Google Pixel Tablet, and Google Pixel Fold 2.

Android 15: Supported Honor devices

Honor Magic V2 foldable phone in stage mode with camera app open

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While Honor's devices will no doubt feature the iOS-like MagicOS wrapper, the brand commits to two major OS upgrades and a further two years of security patches. This places a number of devices in the running to adopt Android 15 as part of a future MagicOS update.

  • Honor Magic6 Pro
  • Honor Magic6
  • Honor Magic6 Lite
  • Honor 90
  • Honor X9b
  • Honor Magic V2
  • Honor Magic Vs
  • Honor Magic5 Pro
  • Honor Magic5 Ultimate
  • Honor Magic5

Android 15: Supported Motorola devices

Motorola Razr 40 / Razr (2023) in purple held by smiling woman in front of face

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Motorola offers three years of major OS updates with four years of security updates. This gives a great many of Motorola's handsets the potential for an Android 15 upgrade, however, these updates are typically slow to roll out.

  • Motorola Razr 40 Ultra / Razr+
  • Motorola Razr (2023)
  • Motorola Moto X40
  • Motorola Moto G73
  • Motorola Moto G54
  • Motorola Lenovo ThinkPhone
  • Motorola Edge Plus (2023)
  • Motorola Edge 40 Pro
  • Motorola Edge 40 Neo
  • Motorola Edge 40
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
  • Motorola Edge (2022)

Interestingly, although devices like the Moto G84 were released in late 2023, Motorola has claimed that it is not currently expected to receive the Android 15 update. This somewhat throws the Android 15 eligibility of the above devices into disarray, and we will update this list as we learn more.

Android 15: Supported Nokia devices

Nokia X21

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Similar to other manufacturers, Nokia owners HMD Global promise two major OS upgrades and two to three years of security updates. The following phones are therefore expected to pickup the Android 15 update post-launch.

  • Nokia XR21
  • Nokia X30
  • Nokia G60 5G
  • Nokia G42 

Android 15: Supported Nothing devices

Nothing phone (2)

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Both Nothing phones (1) and (2) received the Android 14 update in December 2023, and are expected to receive the Android 15 update also — likely with a Nothing OS 2.5 or 3.0 wrapper.

  • Nothing Phone (2)
  • Nothing Phone (1)

Not included in this list, but almost certain to receive the same Android 15 update treatment is the soon to be released Nothing Phone (2a).

Android 15: Supported OnePlus devices

OnePlus 12 promotional images

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OnePlus offers four major OS updates for models released in 2023 and later, easily covering them for the upcoming Android 15 release. However, OnePlus 8-Series and 9-Series smartphones are only supported for three major OS updates, with last year's Android 14 being the last major OS update those devices will receive.

  • OnePlus 12
  • OnePlus 12r
  • OnePlus Open
  • OnePlus Nord 3
  • OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite
  • OnePlus Ace 2V
  • OnePlus 11
  • OnePlus 11r
  • OnePlus 10 Pro

Android 15: Supported Oppo devices

Oppo Find X5 Pro

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Oppo phones get up to four years of major OS updates alongside five years of security patches. This covers a large selection of the Chinese brand's smartphones across the Reno and Find lineup.

  • Oppo Reno10 Pro+
  • Oppo Reno10 Pro
  • Oppo Reno10
  • Oppo Reno9 Pro+
  • Oppo Reno9 Pro
  • Oppo Reno9
  • Oppo Reno8 T 5G
  • Oppo Reno8 T
  • Oppo Find X6 Pro
  • Oppo Find X6
  • Oppo Find X5 Pro
  • Oppo Find X5
  • Oppo Find N3 Flip
  • Oppo Find N2
  • Oppo Find N2 Flip

Android 15: Supported Samsung devices

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

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Samsung is likely to pair the Android 15 update with its One UI 7 release, and you can expect that to roll out across Galaxy S-Series, Galaxy Z-Series, Galaxy A-Series, Galaxy F-Series, and Galaxy M-Series devices.

  • Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S24+
  • Samsung Galaxy S24
  • Samsung Galaxy S23 FE
  • Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S23+
  • Samsung Galaxy S23
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S22+
  • Samsung Galaxy S22
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 FE
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S21+
  • Samsung Galaxy S21
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5
  • Samsung Galaxy A54
  • Samsung Galaxy A53
  • Samsung Galaxy A73
  • Samsung Galaxy A34
  • Samsung Galaxy A33
  • Samsung Galaxy A14
  • Samsung Galaxy A13
  • Samsung Galaxy A04s
  • Samsung Galaxy A05s
  • Samsung Galaxy A05
  • Samsung Galaxy F54
  • Samsung Galaxy F34
  • Samsung Galaxy F15
  • Samsung Galaxy M53 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy M33 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy M23
  • Samsung Galaxy M54
  • Samsung Galaxy M34

Also expected to receive the Android 15 update are Samsung's Galaxy Tab devices with Galaxy Tab S9-Series and Galaxy Tab S8-Series tablets the likely candidates to receive the update. If Samsung releases the Galaxy Tab S10-Series this year, we would expect the lineup to also have a pathway to an Android 15 update in the future.

Also not listed but a dead cert on receiving the Android 15 update is Samsung's upcoming foldable releases for the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6.

Android 15: Supported Sony devices

Sony Xperia 1 V

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Sony's phones are typically granted two major OS upgrades and two years of security patches. However, newer models have now shifted to offering three years of security patches, instead. Sadly, Sony shows no signs of increasing its two-year OS upgrade support at this time.

  • Sony Xperia 5 V
  • Sony Xperia 1 V

Several rumors and reports indicate that the Sony Xperia 1 IV will also be eligible for the upcoming Android 15 update. However, Sony's usual two years of update support may not cover this device.

Android 15: Xiaomi devices

Xiaomi 12T Pro

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Xiaomi has recently pledged to provide its models released after the Xiaomi 13T with an impressive four major OS upgrades, with five years of security updates. Older models are eligible for three major OS upgrades and four years of Android security patches. Bringing many of the Redmi, Poco, and mainline Xiaomi devices into the fold for the upcoming Android 15 update.

  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 Pro+
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 Pro
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 13
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 12T Pro
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 12T
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 12S
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 12
  • Xiaomi Redmi 12
  • Xiaomi Poco X6 Pro
  • Xiaomi Poco X6
  • Xiaomi Poco M6 Pro
  • Xiaomi Poco M6
  • Xiaomi Poco F5 Pro
  • Xiaomi Poco F5
  • Xiaomi 13T Pro
  • Xiaomi 13T
  • Xiaomi 13 Ultra
  • Xiaomi 13 Pro
  • Xiaomi 13 Lite
  • Xiaomi 13
  • Xiaomi 12 Pro
  • Xiaomi 12 Lite
  • Xiaomi 12

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Rael Hornby, potentially influenced by far too many LucasArts titles at an early age, once thought he’d grow up to be a mighty pirate. However, after several interventions with close friends and family members, you’re now much more likely to see his name attached to the bylines of tech articles. While not maintaining a double life as an aspiring writer by day and indie game dev by night, you’ll find him sat in a corner somewhere muttering to himself about microtransactions or hunting down promising indie games on Twitter.