While the thinning number of Sony fans look forward to the release of Xperia XZ, there is some good news for others. The Japanese tech giant is rolling out Marshmallow update for Xperia C4 and Xperia C4 Dual smartphones.

At the moment, the Android 6.0 update for the year-old phone is limited to the following variants of Xperia C4 and C4 Dual: E5303, E5306, E5333, and E5343. However, it is expected that the remaining two variants – E5353 and E5363 – will be joining the ranks soon enough.

Being a mid-ranged smartphone and more than a year old, it seems that the Marshmallow update for Xperia C4 will be its last. Sony has already revealed its list of devices that will receive Android Nougat, which includes only the top-tier devices.

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We will provide firmware links for each release as per usual in due course, but in the meantime, let us know your early impressions of the release. There is no sign of the same update hitting the Xperia C5 Ultra just yet, but we’ll keep you posted as soon as it is released.

Sony rolls out Marshmallow update for Xperia C4 and C4 Dual

Nonetheless, Xperia C4 and C4 Dual users will surely appreciate the awesome features like app permissions, Doze mode, and Google Now on Tap. Although it is not yet clear that the update is regional or worldwide, keep an eye out for the OTA notification.

The Marshmallow update for Xperia C4 and C4 Dual brings the firmware number of the devices up to 27.3.A.0.122 and 27.3.B.0.122 respectively. Are you among the Xperia C4 and C4 Dual owners who are expecting the latest Marshmallow update?

Do keep us posted on whether you have already received the update and how much better it makes your device.

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