Sony has confirmed on Twitter that the Xperia Z, ZL, ZR and Tablet Z will receive Android 4.4.4, offering improved experiences for owners to enjoy. We previously looked at all four devices being bumped to KitKat back in May, but today consumers can expect to see the latest release of Android on supported Xperia hardware.
The tech giant also notes in the tweet that the update brings fixes, battery, Wi-Fi & email improvements and more. Xperia Blog has already caught the update seeping through as firmware 10.5.1.A.0.283. Let us know if you've received 4.4.4 in the comments.
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