I have Sony XZs with the Android 7 Nougat and lately was upgraded to Android 8 Oreo. This Phone was released 2Q of 2017 if I'm not mistaken. I would suggest this phone must upgrade to Android 9 Pie. As this is considered as expensive phone and part of the XZ series. Are we receiving the Android 9 Upgrade or not? Thanks Sony!!!
Faheem, 18 Oct 2018Can anyone tell me why the Xperia XZs has been axed from this update? It was announced in feb,... moreSony typically provides 2 years of software updates for their flagship phones. The Xperia XZ, which was released in 2016 used the SD820 processor and launched with android 6, that was upgradable to android 8. Although the Xperia XZs was released in 2017 with android 7, it was using the same SD820 processor as the XZ, and as you know is a 2016 processor. It is understandable why the XZs won't be getting the android 9 update.
Mossab Rizig, 26 Oct 2018Checked today for my XZ premium , still no update !! Is it coming today or not ?Be patient, it will come soon. The time for the updates are also region dependent.
Checked today for my XZ premium , still no update !! Is it coming today or not ?
Anonymous, 22 Oct 2018I am user of Xperia Z5 Premium & it is running Android 7.1.1 from 2017. But till date ther... moreSonys flagship phones will get 2 updates of Android. Since the Z5 Premium started with Android 5 its totally normal that Android 7 is the last (major) update.
I am user of Xperia Z5 Premium & it is running Android 7.1.1 from 2017. But till date there is no official updates for Xperia Z5 series as they are comes under premium phones in Sony.
wooty, 18 Oct 2018If you seek for a longer support/update go for iPhone, if you seek for a punctual security pat... moreWell, Xperia C4 and C5 Ultra still get updated on their security patches to 5 March 2018. Not the latest, but at least being updated. Despite both being mid-range phones... Just saying...
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2018xz, xzs, x performance, x, xa1, xa..... ripthose are old devices launched ~2 years ago! (excluding xzs)
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2018X is a midrange from February 2016. It has October security patch. Lol. This is because of X Compact! They share the same firmware apparently. If X gets support till next year, then I'd only categorized it has a 'infrequent longer support'! Let's wait and see shall we?
mixedfish, 19 Oct 2018LOL Sony should stop post processing pictures? How do you not post process when the camera len... moreYou are so intelligent. What are you even doing in this forum with all your intellect amongst us ignorant commonfolk? Don't you have a start up to run or app to develop or a company to take over?
Prometheous, 18 Oct 2018It doesn't change anything. He was only replying to you with an opinion of his and completely ... moreOkay, different perspective but no point stretching this now.
To me Sony has changed too much from being the best to now just being an alternative for other stock Android phones.
guv94, 18 Oct 2018That's not sarcasm. You decided to defend the guy who tried to "dictate" that every Android ma... moreNever against the freedom Android offers. I rest my case and apologise if this calms you down a bit.
Hatred, dictate, etc. are too strong words my friend and all the long paragraphs to defend a viewpoint for single comments only shows that we are not ready for discussion. Where did I strongly defend, dictate or spread hatred that you are trying to imply?
I have used Sony Xperia line from a long time and it hurts to see them just like this - an alternative!
There was a time others usee to look up to them. Not anymore. Competitor offer more out of the box but YES that may be too overwhelming for some. Updates like these may not be too relevant unless they sprinkle some of their own goodness.
Faheem, 18 Oct 2018Can anyone tell me why the Xperia XZs has been axed from this update? It was announced in feb,... moreThis is one question nobody could answer with confidence and finality except, of course, Sony themselves.