Sony Xperia Z2
A Sony Xperia Z2 smartphone (L) and a Sony Xperia Z2 tablet are displayed at the company's stand during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona February 24, 2014. The congress is the wireless industry's largest annual conference and runs February 24-27, 2014. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino

Sony may not be prompt enough in bringing Android Marshmallow update to its devices but it has started working on Google's upcoming OS update for its devices. The Android N Developer Preview has now been spotted running on Sony Xperia Z2. It came a few days after the Japanese technology giant released Android N Developer Preview to its D6603 and D6653 variants of Xperia Z3, giving a hint that the firmware could be seeded to the device when it is launched.

Now, XDA Developers forum member Brandon Nel (via Phone Arena) has claimed in a port that he got the upcoming firmware Developer Preview run on a Sony Xperia Z2 device. The developer said that the firmware worked well with the Xperia Z2 D6503 except for a few problems faced during testing, and the download link will be available only after May 3. 

Problems listed in the post are:

- Camera is sometimes laggy and once force closed

- Multi-Window is extremely laggy

- Some apps like Beta Program App Settings don't work

- Recovery (TWRP) and root no longer works

Google is expected to announce Android N at its I/O 2016 event that will be held between May 18 and 20. The firmware comes with features like multi-window, direct reply notifications, bundled notifications, efficiency and improved Java 8 language support.