Xperia Xz And X Performance Sees New Update With September Security Patches (41.2.a.7.65)

Xperia XZ and X Performance sees new update with September security patches (41.2.A.7.65)Sony Mobile has begun to seed a new firmware update for the Xperia XZ, X Performance that moves the build number from 41.2.A.7.53 to 41.2.A.7.65. This latest update moves the Android security patches to 1 September 2017. The update is rolling to a few select regions right now, but expect availability to widen in the coming days, as well as including the Xperia XZs. If you've downloaded the update let us know any other changes you've noticed in the comments below.


Xperia X, Xz And X Performance Update Adds August 2017 Security Patches

Xperia X, XZ and X Performance update adds August 2017 security patchesSony is currently rolling new firmware updates for a number of Xperia X series handsets, updating to the latest 1 August 2017 Android security patch. The Xperia XZ and X Performance has seen their firmware builds move from 41.2.A.7.35 to version 41.2.A.7.53. The Xperia XZs is also likely to see the same build released shortly.

Sony’s Pushes February 2017 Security Patches To Xperia Xz, X Performance, X And X Compact

Sony’s pushes February 2017 security patches to Xperia XZ, X Performance, X and X CompactSony is on a roll. Today is 1 February 2017 and Sony has today seeded a new firmware update for the Xperia XZ and X Performance with build number 39.2.A.0.417, which introduces the 1 February 2017 Google security patches. Likewise, the same security patches have rolled to the Xperia X and X Compact in the form of build number 34.2.A.0.311. Sony needs to be commended for updating these handsets with unprecedented speed. 

Sony Will Not Be Charging Gamers For Ps4 Pro Update Patches

Sony Will Not Be Charging Gamers For PS4 Pro Update PatchesWhen Sony announced the PS4 Pro, they also revealed that they would not be leaving PS4 gamers behind as they will be issuing updates to the PS4 with HDR functionality. Granted it’s not exactly 4K gaming, but for gamers with no intention of upgrading, it should breathe some new life into the console.