Samsung's customers have been reluctantly annoyed with the organization's sluggish approach to Android updates, and the latest news on the organization's Oreo update plan is unlikely to satisfy them with any imagination. This is due to recent reports currently suggesting that the Android Oreo update for various mid-extended Samsung phones has been pushed back by half a month.
As stated by the Turkish technology site Güncelmiyiz, the Galaxy J3 (2017), Galaxy J5 Pro and Galaxy J7 Pro phones will get Android 8.0 Oreo as of September 28, though the gadgets were reliant on getting the update from the 13th this current month. According to SamMobile, Güncelmiyiz is an honest Samsung website that has established itself as a refresh tracker for customers in Turkey, which means the latest report has some weight. In the meantime, the report goes on to say that the Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 (2017) will receive their Oreo update in Turkey from the 10th of August, after receiving the update widely across most of the different districts to have.
There is no official reason mentioned by Samsung for the delay, but one would imagine that the organization has probably found some real bugs that need to be squeezed before the new programming can be lifted around. The website had previously stated that the Oreo ROMs were "in the test phase" for all of the aforementioned devices.
While easy updates have been a problem with Android, some OEMs are more likely to be responsible for later update plans than others. Google would have trusted that Project Treble would have the opportunity to change that when the component was introduced a year ago, but unfortunately for a large number of Android clients around the world that did not appear by that time seems.