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Sony took its sweet time to kick off its Marshmallow rollout, but it's now pushing the update to ever more devices, and its Z2, Z3 and Z3 Compact are the latest to be upgraded in India and Canada.
Google and Sony have announced today that the Android N Developer Preview is now available for the Sony Xperia Z3, expanding beyond Google's own range of Nexus and Pixel devices.
Sony came rather late to the Marshmallow update party, but is wasting little time in upgrading its range now that the rollout is underway, with even more of its devices now receiving Android 6.0.1.
Users have reported that they have started receiving Sony's official Marshmallow update for their Xperia Z2, Z3 and Z3 Compact smartphones along with Android's February security update.
Owners of the Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact and Z2 who signed up to Sony's Xperia Beta Program last month can now get their hands on the first preview build of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for their devices.
Sony is preparing its Marshmallow update for three of its older handsets, and is allowing owners in some markets to sign up for its 'Xperia Beta Program' to test preview versions ahead of its release.
Sony has started rolling out Android 6.0 to Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact users. Those that registered for the 'Concept for Android' preview will have first dibs.
Sony has announced the beginning of its Android 5.1 rollout, starting with the Xperia Z3 and Z2 Series. The new Lollipop update will continue to make its way to more devices "over the coming weeks".
New "concept Android software with a fresh take on the Sony user experience" is in development, and you can sign up now for a preview - as long as you meet some very specific criteria.
Sony Mobile's CEO has put an end to rumours that the company might be looking to sell off the smartphone division and exit the market which has been bringing in losses for the company.
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.
Nearly eight months after Android 5.0 was first announced, and almost three months after Sony released the update for the Xperia Z3, Lollipop is finally available for the flagship handset on T-Mobile.
Sony announced an evolutionary update to its last year's flagship today with the Xperia Z3+ which retains the size and the design of the original Z3 while improving the internal specs.
Weeks after saying the Z3 was "no longer available", T-Mobile has started selling it again - but it's still being sold with Android 4.4, and the carrier says its Lollipop update may be "months" away.
Sony announced the Xperia Z4 today in Japan, but a new report has already suggested that the latest flagship is exclusive to the country and the company will launch a new one globally in May.
Just five months after the Xperia Z3 launched on T-Mobile, the carrier has confirmed that Sony's Android flagship is "no longer available", leaving only two pre-owned Xperia handsets in T-Mo's range.
Sony is now rolling out Lollipop to its Xperia Z3 and Z3 Tablet Compact worldwide - but the company has also announced two devices not in the Xperia Z-Series that will soon get the Android 5.0 update.
Sony has said that it will begin rolling out Lollipop to its flagship Xperia Z3 handsets today - weeks later than it originally promised, and five months after Android 5.0 was first announced.
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.
With the Xperia Z3 it's clear Sony has been tinkering with the perfect smartphone formula, crafting something that can provide a balance of design, performance, camera quality, and battery life.
It's been just over a month since the launch of Sony's Xperia Z3 flagship lineup of smartphones and tablets, but the alleged Z4 hardware specifications have already leaked.
While it has been an impressive day for mobile news, T-Mobile is announcing that they will be offering Sony's latest flagship handset, the Xperia Z3. The handset is slated to release on October 29th.
Sony has officially enabled enthusiasts to unlock the bootloaders on Xperia smartphones, but doing so on a Z3 is reducing the camera image quality due to the removal of certain files.
While most have yet to get their hands on Sony's flagship, the Xperia Z3, it looks like an Antutu leak has unveiled that Sony might have another monster in the works.
If you thought unboxing videos were boring, wait until you check out the one by Carphone Warehouse. Deviating from the norm, they unbox the Sony Xperia Z3 underwater.
Multiple sources have stated that Sprint will soon offer Sony's Xperia range as part of its handset line-up for the first time, with the new Xperia Z3 flagship expected to join the carrier at launch.
A 6.4mm-thick mini-tablet and a new Xperia Z3 Android flagship - both featuring a quad-core 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 and 3GB RAM - are expected to be among the devices launched by Sony at IFA.
An invite for Sony's product launch at the IFA 2014 conference has leaked with hints of some of the products that could be launched at the event on September 3. coinciding with Samsung's UNPACKED.
Sony's upcoming flagship, the Xperia Z3, has been spotted passing through the FCC. The new handset may be launched as early as September, a few months after since its predecessor was unveiled.
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.