During its CES 2015 press conference in Las Vegas tonight, COO of Sony Electronics Michael Fasulo announced that the company is set to start rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to its Xperia Z3 lineup starting next month.
Details on an exact date and schedule weren't provided, but this is sure to be good news for Z3 owners out there.
This follows on Sony's promise last October to eventually deliver Lollipop to its entire Xperia Z range of devices. If you want to see what Lollipop looks like on Sony's Xperia Z line, the company also released a video of an AOSP build of the software running on its devices in November of last year, so you can check that out here.
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