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Sony has kept its word about updating its older devices and has begun rolling out the latest Android Lollipop version to the first generation smartphones and tablet from the Xperia Z series.
Sony is making the Android M Developer Preview available for some of its devices - but while Google releases complete factory images of new Android versions, Sony isn't making things quite that easy.
With its Android 5.0 rollout now finalized, Sony has announced its plans to release Android 5.1 from July for many of its devices - but it appears that many devices will not be upgraded.
Sony has released its Android 5.0 update for two more handsets in its range, and promises that it will roll out the Lollipop update to four of its Xperia Z-Series devices "in the next few weeks".
Sony has begun rolling out its Lollipop update to even more devices, including the Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z3 Dual, among others - and its global rollout will expand to more phones and tablets next week.
Sony has confirmed that Android 5.0 is now rolling out to its Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet, and has also announced when some of its other Xperia devices will get their first lick of the Lollipop update.
Last week, Sony made it explicitly clear to many of its customers that only its Xperia Z-series devices will get the Android 5.0 update - but its stance has since softened, giving hope to other users.
After saying that its Lollipop rollout would start in early 2015, Sony has now confirmed that it will begin pushing Android 5.0 to its range-topping Xperia Z3 devices sometime next month.
Sony is struggling with its smartphone business thanks to stiff competition from Apple and Samsung, and plans to focus on its higher-end devices, while reducing its mid-range line-up.
Sony launched its latest flagship smartphone the Xperia Z2, in February, but the images of its forthcoming flagship are already floating around the internet along with some of its specifications.
A WiFi only variant of the Android-based Xperia Z Ultra phablet from Sony, revealed by documents filed on the FCC's website, has launched in Japan and will be available in stores starting Friday.
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Quite frankly the Xperia Z is the best designed smartphone that Sony has ever made, but does it contain key features that will help it stack up against the tough competition of 2013? Let's find out
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A Sony Xperia Z has ended up on the Neowin doorstep, so naturally we go ahead and unbox the device to see what's in the final retail packaging. And it's a white model, just to be different.
While I was in Sydney I also managed to get some quick hands-on time with the Xperia Z, Sony's flagship that should be available very soon, and there were a few impressive things to be seen
Sony has announced a brand new Android flagship at CES 2013: the Xperia Z. It brings a 5-inch, 1080p display, 13-megapixel camera, Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset and water-resistance in a 7.9mm thin body