Sony released the Xperia XA Ultra back in May 2016, and now it’s pushing out a much-anticipated software update for two variants (F3211 and F3212) of the handset, bundling — you guessed it — Android 7.0 Nougat, as well as a truckload of additional bug fixes and stability improvements.
Here’s the changelog:
- Android 7.0 Nougat
- New user interface
- Improved usability of the notification panel
- Performance upgrades
- Various bug fixes
It’s pretty uncommon for Sony to distribute a major update for unlocked models of its last generation high-end smartphones in such a timely manner. We’re hoping it will remain as committed to keeping them updated in the coming months… But the harsh reality is, it probably won’t.