Android Oreo 8.0 Rolling Out To Sony Xperia XZ Premium

Android Oreo 8.0 Rolling Out To Sony Xperia XZ Premium

Android Oreo 8.0 Rolling Out To Sony Xperia XZ Premium

So Now Sony addresses its users feedback and sending out update which fixes camera distortion effect. The Japanese tech giant has released the Google's latest Android Oreo update for Sony Xperia XZ Premium. This news will definitely bring cheers to the loyal patrons, but they will also be hoping the software is bug-free.

Users who get the Android Oreo update on Xperia XZ Premium must share there experiences with camera.

A notable aspect of the Android Oreo is the Rescue Party feature, which helps the device to recover from constant bootloops.

Further, Sony noted on its blog, "Our models featuring our new Motion Eye Camera, including XZ Premium, XZs, XZ1 and XZ1 Compact, feature a wide-angle lens".

That the Xperia XZ Premium would be the first Sony device to get its Oreo is hardly shocking, considering that it's the newest handset to come out of Sony. The feature allows the user to scan their face, food or any object, and offers a 3D avatar of it in less than 60 seconds.

Other new features include Autofocus Burst and revamped app shortcuts that let you access an actions menu by pressing and holding on the icon. Beyond that, Predictive Capture aims to make taking selfies a breeze, with it "detecting" a smile by taking several pictures in rapid succession when you press the shutter, automatically choosing the flawless snapshot for you.

The OTA update roll-out process is being carried out in phases, so it will take several days to reach all corners of the world. This is the much awaited Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Sony device and it brings a number of changes to the device, in terms of performance as well as in the terms of User Interface. Although company do said the firmware update will be rolled out on these device by the end of November 2017.

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