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

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.

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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
  • Okazuma

    Con moltissima calma….

  • Pasquale Aiese

    Adesso funziona app di SKY:Now Tv???

  • Rael

    Beh, una notizia inaspettata. Da possessore di un Bravia del ’15 non posso che essere felice di questo. Ringrazio Sony per l’aggiornamento. Non ho ancora verificato sul mio TV, ma proverò a breve.

    • Jolly3

      Al momento risulta rilasciato solo nell’area “Asia Pacific”. Per il resto del mondo, Europa compresa, non è stato ancora confermato niente da Sony …. vedremo.

  • Giuseppe Polimeno

    Qualcuno ha ricevuto l’aggiornamento?