Today, Sony has begun rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to its Xperia Z3 Dual, Xperia Z1, Z1 Compact and Z Ultra smartphones, with more handsets on the way.
Android fans, this week us brought us the best look yet at the upcoming Xperia Z4; Samsung showed us that its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge can take a beating, and a bending; LG began to unveil to unveil the G4 in slow motion, releasing info on its software and camera; HTC introduced the One M9+ in China, bringing a bigger screen, a different processor, and a fingerprint sensor; Cyanogen revealed the new features coming in CyanogenMod 12; and rumors emerged about Android Wear becoming compatible with iOS.
In this roundup, we’re looking at the absolute best Android phones, the devices you can’t go wrong with. From sleek devices that impress through premium design, to powerhouses brimming with features, to great all-around devices, and affordable phones that punch above their weight, the Android ecosystem is populated by a staggering variety of great phones.
Just days after the LG G Pad 8.3 GPe received the latest Lollipop build, so too is Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra GPe. Download link within for manual patching.
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Sony announced earlier today that the Xperia Z3 Dual, Z1, Z1 Compact and Z Ultra will all get the update to Lollipop sometime next week.
A new image of what’s allegedly the Sony Xperia C4 gives us a good look at the device’s giant front-facing camera.
T-mobile has now pulled the Sony Xperia Z3 from its online store, instead only offering refurbished Sony devices.
Thanks to a fresh leak, what appears to be the Xperia Z4 (codename “IVY”) is now laid bare for all to see. The device allegedly has two screen resolution variants, and 4GB of RAM to boot. Interesting.
Android fans, this was a bit quiet on the Android front (unless you count the outrageous April Fools’ pranks that made the rounds), but Google made it up to us with some interesting Chrome OS developments.