Android Oreo has been gradually rolling off to gadgets, and with it comes various changes to Android. A portion of the changes incorporate Picture in Picture support for some applications, access to another Autofill API, unique finger sensor motion support, rootless Substratum through local OMS bolster, and a mess more. Numerous OEMs have begun to move it out the update to their gadgets including OnePlus, HTC, and now Sony with the Sony Xperia XZ and the Sony Xperia XZs.
The update (manufacture number 41.3.A.0.401) accompanies the greater part of the normal Android Oreo features, alongside the November 2017 security fix. This implies clients are ensured against any semblance of the WiFi KRACK exploit which we caught wind of a month ago.
Let us know if your Sony Xperia faces any issues with the new roll out?
We don’t know yet in the event that the gadget supports Project Treble, yet Sony has more often than not been more open to improvement on their gadgets with the Sony Open Devices Program, alongside being firm believers in AOSP. In any case, the gadget should see informal upgrades past its official End of Life with Sony.
This update is by all accounts taking off all around on both the Sony Xperia XZ and the Sony Xperia XZs. Clients should hope to see the overhaul in the coming weeks in the event that they don’t have it yet as OTA updates have a tendency to be organized rollouts so that if there are any bugs that the rollout can be crossed out before an excessive number of users are influenced.
The update so far appears to be (for the most part) steady and quick, yet additional testing is fundamental before any conclusions can be made. Clients are as of now revealing some Bluetooth bugs on the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, yet ideally the XZ and XZs are not affected.
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