Earlier this year Sony has launched their Xperia X Performance Smartphone. Not everyone showed much interest and excitement towards this device. The main reason is the price segment of this smartphone since the specifications this phone offered is not relevant.
We are saying this device is not bad but certainly not the best either. You could have bought the Xperia X when the time of launch or in and around the same time. But Sony has decided to make something new about it now. Do you want to know how? Stay with us.
Xperia X Performance is the going to be the first smartphone to run the Android 7.0 Nougat Operating System. Sony has launched the beta program for this smartphone, and this one is among the first one to receive the beta update in Europe.
So you can check that you live in one of the countries which the update has received or same in Europe. You can also live with the instability and bugs which come in the pre-release beta version of the software then surely you can proceed further.
Suppose if you are the owner of the Xperia X Performance smartphone you can register/ signup for the Beta program. Once after the registration, the users can try the OS Android 7.0 Nougat on your Xperia X Performance smartphone.
With this release, when others are thinking about the Android Nougat, you can give a try with this future Operating System. Also, it is important to note that the Xperia Z3 had also joined the preview club for the Nougat in the days when it referred as Android N.
But as of now there is no clear statement on this, we have to wait for the further details. The exact release date of the finished version of this OS is yet to know. If you want to be sure to use the OS, then you have to stick to Nexus devices or upcoming Nexus devices to get very first Android Nougat update.
Or else check the LG V20 smartphone which is going to be the first phone to be release with the latest software as it is launched officially. Stay tuned for the latest updates about the devices which are receiving the Android Nougat update.