Sony confirms Nougat support for Xperia devices, publishes list of supported phones
If you are a proud owner of an Xperia device from Sony and you also have read the news starting from yesterday that the new Android Nougat has started to roll out, it is just natural for you to be excited and want to know if you would be getting the update too.
Well, Sony wouldn’t want you to stay too long and ponder on such issues as they have given a definitive answer as to that effect. Yesterday, they published a list of devices that would be getting the bump to the great 7 at one point or the other, and their list even includes a tablet smartphone.
In chronological order of the oldest release to the latest in the market, the devices are the Sony Xperia Z3+, Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet, Sony Xperia Z5 Sony Xperia Z5 Compact, Sony Xperia Z5 Premium, Sony Xperia X, Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet, Sony Xperia XA, Sony Xperia XA Ultra and the Sony Xperia X Performance.
If you are very observant of this list that we just published, you would see that the recently launched Sony Xperia E5 which came into the market in the month of June did not show up here. Well, this might be an omission and we hope to see it included in the future.
Although we don’t know when Sony plans to start rolling this one out, we would surely be the first to let you know when the time comes.
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