With more and more manufacturers speeding things up for Android L on their devices, Sony has taken one step ahead of the competition. We've laid our eyes on leaked screenshots for several flagship devices over past weeks and it looks like Sony's about to give its customers a chance to take some screenshots of their own. As a recap, so far we've seen screenshots for the HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G3 leak which show the devices running Android L.
Sony Partners With Three Sweden To Allow Limited Customers To Run Android L Enabled Xperia Z3 Or Z3 Compact.
Folks in for Sweden are in for some good news today. The Japanese manufacturer has partnered with Swedish carrier Three Sweden to allow select users to run Android L on their Sony Xperia Z3 or Z3 compact. Customers availing this program will become one of the first few in the world to get a chance to try out Android L on their devices.
The offer comes through the 3beta collaboration between the two companies. Users looking to avail this offer will be able to run an Android L enabled Xperia Z3 or Z3 compact as their daily driver. They will also be required to report their progress through a special app to Sony as well as suggest improvements and areas where the software does not function properly.
To sign up for 3beta for your Xperia Z3, click over here. After filling the form, in case you're among the lucky ones selected for the offer, you will also be required to head over to Gothenburg, Malmo or Stockholm to meet with Sony and Three Sweden representatives. Unfortunately the offer isn't available here in the US, so fill the form only if you're a die hard Android L and Sony Xperia Z3 fan.