Sony gives Android Nougat updates for the Xperia Z5 family, Z3+ phone and Z4 Tablet a second try after a false first start.
While it is sadly true that Nougat updates for the Xperia Z5, Z3+ and Z4 Tablet are halted, Sony vows to crush all bugs and restart the rollout "ASAP."
Sony's Android 7.0 Nougat updating tour de force officially continues with the Xperia Z5 Compact and Z4 Tablet.
The Xperia Z5 and Z5 Premium are the latest Sony phones to officially jump on the Android 7.0 Nougat bandwagon.
An optimistic "Android N update strategy" from Sony makes the rumor rounds, calling for Xperia X Performance and XZ Nougat rollouts in October.
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.
The markdown represents a $100 drop from the original price of the latest Sony phone available to the US. Similar discounts are also at B&H and Best Buy.
Stamina vs Doze Mode. Similar yet different, apparently. And soon to play nice with one another on Marshmallow-running Sony Xperia phones.
Can a splashy new coat of paint save the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium from oblivion? Highly unlikely, even though pink phones are growing in popularity.
Sony has only recently begun delivering Marshmallow goodies to worldwide Xperia Z5 family users, but Play Store bugs are plaguing the updates.
Available off the bat for $450 instead of its $500 MSRP at Best Buy, the Sony Xperia Z5 Compact drops to an even more palatable $400 now.
If you're curious about a few of Sony's proprietary Android Marshmallow tweaks, this 60-second video previews what's coming for Xperia users.
While Sony continues to keep mum on the matter of software updates, the Xperia Z5 series, Z3+ phone, and Z4 Tablet are quietly promoted to Marshmallow.
After months of painful waiting, Android 6.0 Marshmallow appears to be rolling out to the Sony Xperia Z5 trio, at least on one particular Japanese carrier.
It's probably not settled yet, but Sony might replace the Xperia Z family with the recently introduced X, pulling the plug on the rumored Xperia Z6.
These are the things that I believe need to happen for the Xperia Z6 or Z5+ to even have a chance against the likes of the S6/edge or G5.
Not even a single Sony device can be updated over-the-air to fully polished Marshmallow yet, but that's set to change in early March.
Just one week after sales initially began, Sony Xperia Z5 US pricing is getting the discount it may have needed from the get-go.
NTT DoCoMo appears to suggest the Sony Xperia Z2, Z2 Tablet and C4, among others, won't get updated to Marshmallow, at least in Japan.
As promised, the Sony Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact have officially gone on sale stateside sans fingerprint sensors. Thankfully, the smaller phone is $450.
For lucky users in the right market, the Sony Xperia Z5 Marshmallow roll-out is underway; will it come to your neck of the woods soon?
Sony's confirmed news from earlier this month about the missing Xperia Z5 US fingerprint scanner, but its explanation for why is a bit less than satisfying.
Is poor sensor performance behind Sony's decision to remove the Sony Xperia Z5 fingerprint scanner as the smartphone gets ready for US sales?