Earlier this year in March, we did check out how the Sony Xperia Z3 received an operating system update so much so that the version number was bumped up to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. This is good news, but then again, it also reinforced the proverb of “better late than never”, taking into consideration how many of the other competing handsets already received the Lollipop update beforehand. Well, Sony certainly are not dragging their feet over Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, especially when it has been caught on camera running on the D6603 version of the Sony Xperia Z3.

With Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, one should be excited to know that there are improvements in store such as new animations as well as a feature which would enable the user to hunt down a Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection straight away from the Quick Settings menu without having to go through several layers of user interface. Not only that, there will also be spanking new icons that will appear on the page.

This particular video that you see above does show that Sony might actually be moving a wee bit faster than normal when it comes to testing out new Android builds on their existing and former flagship handsets. If you are an Xperia Z3 owner, this is one reason to smile!

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