Sony has a total of six phones now running Android 8.0 Oreo at least in certain parts of the world, including the XZ1, XZ1 Compact and Xperia X Performance.
Android 8.0 Oreo will soon roll out to a bunch of Sony Xperia devices, including the X, X Performance, X Compact, XZ, XA1 and XA1 Ultra.
Sony's "premium standard" smartphone line is apparently dead and buried, X Compact included, with two more high-enders instead in the works.
The Snapdragon 820-powered Sony Xperia X Performance is today cheaper than ever before, at $300 unlocked, with a catch or two.
Believe it or not, last year's Sony Xperia XZ and X Performance are receiving Android 7.1.1 goodies before this year's Samsung Galaxy S8 or LG G6.
Back in the day priced as high as $650, the unlocked Snapdragon 820-powered Sony Xperia X Performance costs $367 now in limited quantities.
As expected, Sony is officially headed for Barcelona to showcase a couple of new Xperia phones at MWC 2017 on February 27.
The 2017 edition of the phablet-sized mid-range Sony Xperia XA Ultra will likely pack 4GB RAM in addition to a Helio P20 processor.
Android 7.0 Nougat is already officially making its way to Sony's third and fourth smartphones, namely the Xperia X and X Compact.
Just a couple of days after officially rolling out over-the-air to the X Performance, Android 7.0 Nougat is now hitting the Sony Xperia XZ.
After a pre-release teaser in August and a month-long beta program, Android 7.0 has finally made it over to the Xperia X Performance.
Need a respectable alternative for the Samsung Galaxy S7 or iPhone 7? The Sony Xperia XZ is cheaper than ever on Amazon now, at $582 and up.
It's taken a little longer than expected, but select Sony Xperia X Performance users can now try out a pre-release Android Nougat build.
Amazon has solid discounts in store for Sony Xperia X, XA and X Performance buyers today only, ranging from $80 to around $150.
An optimistic "Android N update strategy" from Sony makes the rumor rounds, calling for Xperia X Performance and XZ Nougat rollouts in October.
The Canadian carrier is selling the phone for $699.99 or for free on a two-year contract and if you sign up for an $80 a month service plan.
The Sony Xperia XZ is basically a redesigned, slightly larger Xperia X Performance with an even better camera, USB Type-C, but alas, FHD screen resolution.
It's practically confirmed - Sony plans to take the wraps off a 4.6-inch and 5.2-inch Xperia X Compact and Xperia XZ at IFA 2016 with SD820 power.
This rendered Sony Xperia X Compact is almost certainly the highly anticipated Z5 Compact follow-up some feared would never come to pass.
While it's nice to see Sony already confirming Nougat for the Xperia Z3+, Z5, X, X Performance and a few others, a Z3 snub would be inexcusable.
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