Sony rolled out a new update to make its "Xperia X" owners read better at night. Those who have the Experimental track when switching to the Concept builds can get the Night Light feature. This update came just less than a month after the last one that brought Android 7.1.1 Nougat to "Xperia X."

According to Android Authority, the Night Light option is added to the "Sony Xperia X" display settings. The update's build number is 38.3.A.0.66, and it gives users access to the new feature which gives them the option to filter blue light emitted from the display in order to help them in reading at night.

Once this update is applied, users will be running build N4F26I9. Similar to other phone's Night Light feature, this one also gives users the ability to turn it on and off manually or automatically during sunrise or sunset. This actually is the same feature that Apple calls Night Shift.

The "Sony Xperia X" update also includes January 2017 Android security patches from Google. GSM Arena said. In addition, users would get an updated Home launcher and Xperia Transfer Mobile app.

Meanwhile, Sony is reported to release new smartphones with great hardware and software specs. The follow up to "Xperia X" and "Xperia XA" is said to be released pretty soon. Some even reported that the new phones will be unveiled during next month's MWC in Barcelona.

The new "Xperia X" design is still unknown, but an "Xperia XA" design leaked early this month. The "Xperia XA" is reported to retain its predecessor's ultrathin bezel designs, slightly curved edges as well as the flat, simple look. The new "Xperia X" is expected to sport a 16MP front camera and 23MP rear camera. "Xperia XA" will have the same camera specs as the predecessor, reports claim.