Back in October, Sony “He opened the doors” for 10,000 users who have agreed to participate in the beta testing Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Participants were required to hold own smartphone Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact and reside in one of 11 European countries – Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, the United Kingdom, Ireland or Germany.
A couple months later, Sony did a survey among the testers about their satisfaction with the testing process and the response was overwhelmingly positive.
So today Xperia beta program is expanded to include support for 3 new countries and the Z2 Xperia devices. Now the program is available to users from Italy, Spain and the Netherlands.
For users residing in the 11 previous countries, but have not joined the beta program last time, this option is no longer available – “the door is open” Only for users of 3 new countries.
Xperia Blog says that the new release has eliminated almost all of the errors, so to run a stable version is not much time.
When the company first announced the list of devices that will be updated, it includes an impressive number of smartphones. We hope that the company will update all its previously announced smartphones listing.