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- 1 Android 8 Oreo reaches the Xperia XA1 family of Sony
Yesterday we told you about the update of the Huawei P10 that is already receiving the latest version of the Google operating system. And now it’s up to Sony, who just announced that we can now update the Sony Xperia XA1, Sony Xperia XA1 Plus and Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra to Android 8 Oreo.
As usual with this type of updates, say that the arrival of Android 8 Oreo to the Sony Xperia XA1 family will arrive in a phased manner so, if you see that you can not update your Sony Xperia XA1 you can rest assured that sooner than the desired update will arrive later.
We can also see that on the official page of Sony the update is already available so it is very likely that you can update the Sony Xperia XA1 and other models of this family to Android 8 Oreo without problems.
Android 8 Oreo reaches the Xperia XA1 family of Sony
This update, which will arrive via OTA, has a weight of 900 megabytes so if you have the phone’s memory loaded you should leave at least 1 GB released to download the file and update the Sony Xperia XA1 to Android 8 Oreo.
Also keep in mind that this update to Android 8 Oreo for the Sony Xperia XA1, Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra, and Xperia XA1 Plus is available for models that are free. If your phone is anchored to a mobile phone operator the update will take a little longer to arrive.
After upgrading the Sony Xperia XA1 to Android 8 Oreo we will have the main features of this version of the Google ecosystem, such as its characteristic adaptive icons or an improvement in terms of battery optimization of the terminal.
It must be said that the work that Sony is doing in this aspect is impeccable. The Japanese manufacturer is updating its entire line of devices fairly quickly. In October of last year, the Japanese firm surprised us by being the first manufacturer, without counting Google and its Nexus, to update a device to the most updated version of the great G. ecosystem. And the Sony Xperia XZ Premium was The first smartphone to receive Android 8 Oreo.