Le Sony Bravia Android TV del 2015 si aggiornano ufficialmente a Oreo (foto)

Le Sony Bravia Android TV del 2015 si aggiornano ufficialmente a Oreo (foto)
Vincenzo Ronca
Vincenzo Ronca

Sony ha appena rilasciato un nuovo aggiornamento software per la sua gamma di Android TV lanciate dal 2015, le Sony Bravia. E non si tratta di un aggiornamento qualunque ma di quello che introduce Android Oreo.

Il major update si riferisce alla versione 8.0.0 di Android Oreo: come vedete dall'esempio presente in galleria, l'interfaccia grafica è stata notevolmente aggiornata, è stato introdotto il supporto a Google Assistant e ai formati USB/DLNA, è stata riposizionata l'icona relativa a On Timer, è stato introdotto il Picture-in-Picture e il supporto ai contenuti 4K tramite Google Cast.

Stando alle segnalazioni pervenute dagli utenti Reddit, tra i modelli aggiornati ci sarebbe sicuramente il XBR-65X850C. Fateci sapere se l'aggiornamento è arrivato via OTA anche a voi e le vostre eventuali impressioni in merito. Qui sotto vi lasciamo il changelog completo diffuso da Sony.

  • Introduces a new Home screen menu
  • Relocated “On Timer” icon (top right-hand side) on the home screen menu
  • Support Google Assistant
  • Improved user experience for the Video, Music and Photo apps
  • Improved supported format for USB/DLNA
  • Provides an Android security update
  • Add support for Home Theatre Control App which supports 2018 models
  • Improves waterfall noise (multiple horizontal line) with HDR content
  • Resolves an issue where unable to playback Freeview content after using Netflix
  • Resolves an issue where HDMI video range setting is missing.
  • Introduces Android Nougat
  • Picture-in-Picture mode (Only applicable to S85xxD/X85xxD/X93xxD/X9400D series)
  • Half-screen settings mode
  • Task-switching (quickly access recently used apps)
  • Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) HDR content for USB, DLNA
  • Voice search for Serial AbTak (only in India)
  • Voice search web browser functionality
  • Google Cast 4K content via built-in Chromecast
  • Multiple Google accounts
  • Ability to switch to TV viewing mode from Home menu with PROG +/- or number buttons
  • Changes Amazon Prime Video logo
  • EPG extended display with metadata
  • Pre-installs Asphalt Nitro as alternative to Gameloft
  • Improved category list design
  • Improved "Discover" menu interface and navigation
  • Improved Wi-Fi password input screen
  • Improved usability when registering a USB HDD recording device
  • Improved user interface when using a USB stick or HDD as an expandable storage device
  • Resolves Amazon Prime Video playback issue where the video freezes and a lip sync error occurs
  • Resolves an issue where no sound can be heard when using an Onkyo amplifier
  • Resolves an issue where no sound can be heard for 2 to 3 seconds at a specific point during DISC playback
  • Resolves an issue where no content is displayed when the PS4 Pro is connected via HDMI
  • Resolves an issue where no signal is displayed when an MHL cable is connected via HDMI2
  • Resolves an issue where the sound is not synchronised properly between the TV speaker and PS4 controller
  • Resolves an issue where a short beeping sound can be heard when changing channels from SD to HD via a set-top box
  • Improves TV response time when using the remote control
  • Resolves an issue where the TV cannot connect to the Wi-Fi access point from standby mode
  • Resolves an issue where "No operation shutdown" dialogue box cannot be closed when using the VOL+/- buttons
  • Resolves YouTube 4K playback issue (2560 x 1440 resolution or higher)
  • Resolves an issue where the HDD is not detected for recording when the TV is in standby mode (Only for AU and NZ)
  • Removes Twitter functions (Social Viewing)
  • Supports Hybrid Log-Gamma HDR for HDMI (applicable only for X94D, X93D, X85D, S85D, X93D, X94C, X93C, X91C, X90C, X85C and S85C)
  • Upgrades to Android Marshmallow
  • Enhances screen design and usability
  • Expands the built-in memory You can now move downloaded games and apps to a USB memory device or HDD as an extended memory
  • Displays programs in each genre
  • New design of Help menu
  • Accessibility support on Netflix
  • Reduces input lag for HDR game
  • Supports Netflix HDR (High Dynamic Range)
  • "TV SideView" application name changed to "Video & TV SideView"
  • USB recording feature*
  • Improves general performance of the TV (including the TV's remote control)
Fonte: Sony

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