Sony has started rolling out the highly-anticipated Android 7.0 update for its flagship devices including Xperia Z5 and Z5 Premium, as well as Z3+ series and Z4 tablets with the latest firmware build 32.3.A.0.376. It must be noted that the Nougat OTA was suspended temporarily owing to various bugs reported such as audio-playback via third-party apps.
The new update weighs over 1.2GB and brings a bunch of improvements over the previous release including longer battery life, a new Xperia launcher with integrated Google Now pane, a self-timer button for front camera, multi-window support and all the latest Nougat features.
There are no specific details about the feature changes or changelog for the new Android 7.0 update from the company. However, we just hope the latest build from Sony is more stable and fixes all the bugs unearthed in the previous update having the build number 32.2.A.0.372.