References to two upcoming smartphones from Sony have been discovered. These terminals are apparently turning Android 8.0 (Android M).
The final version ofAndroid O should not be launched prior to the third or fourth quarter of 2017. In the meantime, a small handful of users can have a taste, through the Developer Preview. And in parallel, the smartphone manufacturers are preparing to host the new OS on their devices.
Sony, meanwhile, is already working on two future smartphones turning natively on the 8.0 version of Android. Statements are explicit enough on such terminals can in fact be observed in user agent profiles — here and also here. As a reminder, the profiles user agents that contain the information sent by a browser to a web server. There are many details on the device, which allows, among others, to adapt the display of the content.
The two phones that have surfaced appear under the name of G8341 and G8342. Profiles user agent make any mention of Sony Mobile, the OS is Android 8.0 Google and a display of 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD).
Here are some information that we learn about these two smartphones.
No other information is available for the moment, but one can hope that we will soon learn more about these two smartphones. As a reminder, the first devices to receive Android O should be the Google Pixel and Pixel XL.
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