Sony confirms Xperia Android Jelly Bean update schedule
As promised, Sony has confirmed the Android Jelly Bean update schedule for all of its eligible Xperia handsets
Sony has kept its word and confirmed the Android Jelly Bean update schedule for all of its eligible Xperia handsets. And the good news is that everything’s currently running on time.
The Sony Xperia T, TX, and V will get Android Jelly Bean, version 4.1, beginning in February and March. Xperia P, J, and Go handsets will receive the update at the end of March.
Jelly Bean for the Sony’s Xperia S, SL, Ion, and Acro S handsets will land in the first week of April, according to reports. But not all Xperia-brand handsets will be getting the update, something Sony confirmed back in Q3 2012.
That means if you’re rocking an Xperia U, Miro, Tipo, and Sola you’ll have to make do with Android Ice Cream Sandwich from here on out.
Sony’s next flagship, currently codenamed the Yuga, is scheduled to launch at CES 2013 in January. It’ll be the biggest handset Sony has produced to date packing in a 5-inch full HD 1080p display, 2GB of RAM, and Qualcomm’s devastatingly fast quad-core S4 Pro chipset.
Expect to be hearing lots more about that bad boy in the coming weeks.