View When Sony Phones Will Get Android 7.0 Nougat

Sony has already announced the models who get Android 7.0 Nougat, but not when. It reveals a new image in return.

If you own an Android smartphone, there is a high probability that you don’t yet know when it will receive the upgrade to Android 7.0 Nouat-and on the over head does it.

At present, there are not many manufacturers who have signed out which models that gets Google’s latest Android software.

One of these is the however, Sony, which has given a complete list of models that are compatible with the latest software. The Japanese manufacturer ‘forgot’ just right to indicate when the software is ready for the individual models.

Fortunately, a picture can shed some light on this. Sony has recently held a press conference in Slovakia, from which home MojAndroid scoffed at a slide from a PowerPoint presentation with detailed time-frames for when Nougat frames manufacturer’s latest phones.

On the picture we see that the Sony share roll-out of Android 7.0 Nougat up into four periods. As the first recipient Performance and Xperia Xperia X XZ software the month of October – so most recently about a month’s time.

Then follows the regular Xperia X and X Compact in the month of November. In december, Sony is planning to upgrade the entire last year’s Xperia Z5 series (Z5, Z5 Premium and Z5 Compact) as well as Xperia Xperia and Z4 + Z3 Tablet. Finally, follows Xperia Xperia and XA XA Ultra as the last models that get the software at the beginning of 2017.

List voting fully consistent with the models that Sony for exactly a month ago could advertise. In the meantime, there are just the two new models, the Compact and Xperia Xperia X XZ, which, of course, also get the software.

If you do not have a Sony-smartphone, you can take a look at this overview, where you can get the full overview of what the status is for Android 7.0 Nougat to much recent Android smartphones from the various manufacturers. The list will be regularly updated in line with that producers are reporting new things out.