Google has released the 9th iteration of Android. The Android Pie came out earlier this month. All the smartphone manufacturers are now preparing software updates to push their phones to Android Pie. The users are now waiting for official announcements from the phone makers about what phones will be getting the Android Pie update. Sony has already announced its smartphones that will get the Android Pie update this year and in the next year. Here is the list of Sony phones that will get Android Pie.
List of Sony phones that will get Android Pie
The first 6 phones will get the update in November this year. Remaining 3 devices will get the update in 2019.
- Sony Xperia XZ2 – November 2017
- Xperia XZ2 Premium
- Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact
- Xperia XZ Premium
- Sony Xperia XZ1
- Xperia XZ1 Compact
- Xperia XA2 – Next Year
- Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra
- Xperia XA2 Plus
Sony has a good track record of software updates. In fact, Sony is one of the quickest manufacturers to roll out the updates for its smartphones. OnePlus is already working on updating its OnePlus 6, 5 and 5T to the Android Pie. Manufacturers like Huawei, LG and Samsung are also working on the updates but they will definitely take their time.
As far as the Android Pie is concerned, Google has changed almost everything in it. The Android Pie brings new status bar and new notification bar. The quick toggles section has completely changed. It has round icons now. Google has also revamped the UI of the settings application and many other applications. The Android Pie comes with iPhone-X like navigation gestures.
The Android Pie is also intelligent enough to optimize the applications to give your phone a good battery life. Applications are now put on hibernate when they are not in use. There is Android Dashboard feature in the Android Pie which can show you the timeline of your complete usage of the Android phone.
There are many other features in the Android Pie that make it one impressive update. You can view the Best features of the Android Pie here. Don’t forget to tell us about your expectations for Sony Mobile regarding Android 9.0 Pie.