Sony announces Android Jelly Bean for the Xperia of 2012
Sony just gave a spectacular news for users of a terminal of the latest generation of Xperia family of the house, and soon, very soon begin to receive the upgrade to the latest version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, with all the new features and enhancements that this implies, as the improved interface and notifications renewed Google Now, just to name a few.
The updates will begin arriving from the end of this year, that is, something a little unfortunate as later this month will be presented a new version of Android along with a new Google Nexus phone. The list will be updated models find it below:
- T. Xperia
- Xperia TX.
- Xperia V.
- Xperia S .
- S Xperia Acro .
- Xperia Ion .
- Xperia P .
- Xperia J.
- Xperia Go .
It is true, Sony has taken a considerable time to begin to get their Jelly Bean newer phones, but you can not deny that they are doing a good job in this area (especially in comparison with LG and their lousy support), as from previous experience we can ensure that when they announce an upgrade, unlike other companies, this comes relatively quickly, and not months later. Sure, this is the case in the models released, and that when an operator is always in between users typically take longer to receive the “update”.
The bad news is that Sony has limited the Android version 4.1 only the Xperia of 2012, leaving all the models born in 2011 with the release of Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. According to the Japanese, this is because the phones of 2011 “would not be able to deliver the user experience they want, and that their performance would be limited and would not be able to optimize it,” or simply not intend.Tags: Jelly Bean Android, Sony Xperia