Google Assistant’s success relies on its proliferation and use by as many people as possible. Amazon Alexa is well on its way, being featured in the Echo, various third party speakers, appliances, tablets and even potentially cars and phones.
Sony had previously released Android 7.0 Nougat for the Xperia Z5 series, Xperia Z3 Plus, and Xperia Z4 Tablet. Unfortunately, the rollout had to be halted due to issues like media playback from third party apps.
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Sony is officially the first manufacturer to release an Android 7.1.1 update for its devices other than Google… technically.
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Android 7.0 Nougat is starting to make its way onto more devices, and Sony doesn’t want to miss the fun.
There are plenty of smartphones available with 6-inch displays these days, but most of them are ridiculously overpriced. The Sony Xperia XA Ultra was already cheaper than most, but Amazon has reduced the price of the device to just $299.99.
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For a limited time, the price of the Sony Xperia XZ has been reduced by $74.22 on Amazon. For those keeping track, that’s a $74.22 on top of the $50 price reduction the Xperia XZ was given in late October, lowering the final price to just $575.77. The Sony Xperia XZ’s ... Read More »
At the beginning of September, Sony made the Xperia XZ and X Compact official, with plans to make both handsets available in the United States at some point in the future. Sure enough, Sony has confirmed that both handsets now have U.S. launch dates.
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Sony used to have a line of devices that were true mini flagships. The Compact line was a version of the flagship with a smaller, lower-resolution screen, but Sony mostly kept to high-end specs despite the size. This is where every other mini “flagship” fails: they use mid-range or even low-end specs.
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Now that the Android 7.0 Nougat update has begun rolling out, manufacturers like Sony can start laying the groundwork to update their own devices. And letting customers in on the plans at the same time.