Sony Introduced The 'Concept for Android' With 7.0 Nougat For Xperia X
Sony has revealed that it is bringing its Concept for Android software for the Sony Xperia X and the latest version of the software is based on Android 7.0 Nougat.
As per, Android Central, Sony has announced , a sneak- peek at some of the newest features that will be part of future Xperia products. Android 7.0, Nougat, which includes new native features such as multi-window support and enhanced notifications. Access to Sony's inTouch community, providing direct access to our software engineers and a chance to influence development & coming releases.
So that being said before you jump make sure to create a full backup of the stuff you have on your phone since enrolling into this program might erase all your data. After you're let in, you can choose if you want to live life on the bleeding edge or not, when it comes to upcoming software updates. There's a stable update track (which will give you new releases once a month), and an experimental track (which can put out new software once a week), and you'll have to pick between them, mentioned from GSM Arena.
Xperia users can be able to download that software in Europe,initially. To be able to use the software, you must need Xperia X smartphone for you to be able to download it. Sony says that Concept for Android gives it the chance to discover and test ways for people to work and communicate with its mobile devices. Unlike "Xperia Beta Program," which is known to be more stable and near-final version of the upcoming software, "Concept for Android" program which is less stable.
The update will also be available at the end of concept announces for the Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact as they will not be updating to Android Nougat. Stay tuned for more updates.
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