Sony Xperia T to arrive in early 2013 with Android 4.1
Sony will receives a dose of new software on early next year 2013. This was confirmed by the company itself through its official blog, and more specifically, the Xperia range. The Japanese company is already working on the next version of Android, 4.1 Jelly Bean that will launch in the coming months.
In addition, other terminals have also been confirmed for this date is the Sony Xperia V, an advanced mobile with 4.3 inch screen. But here are all the news about Sony and its next update to Jelly Bean. And it also confirmed that other portfolio models are also included in the roadmap, such as: the famous Sony Xperia S. But one must add other handsets from the likes of Sony Xperia acro S, Sony Xperia J, Sony Xperia Go, Sony Xperia P or Sony Xperia Ion, models that have been, or should be put-up for sale this year 2012.
Recently, the same company was undergoing a massive renovation plan last year the range 2011 to version known as the Ice Cream Sandwich or Android 4.0. However, the manufacturer has apologized that the most important thing is to ensure a remarkable user experience. Therefore, the motives of the previous range this year will remain in the current version.
However, while all previous models are on the list of “future events”, it is also true that there has not been a specific date or approximate, it warns that the dates and details will be given later. Thus, along with Samsung, Sony appears as a company committed updates its terminals, so although Android version updating so quickly from one to another, it is difficult to maintain a good level of improvement. Meanwhile, the terminals that have fallen off the list for technical problems, it is confirmed that the insured will have firmware upgrades for a long time.
Finally, the Sony Xperia U will be the first to receive a dose of new Android, it can be obtained in two ways: for 550 euros in free form or through operator Vodafone offering it at a price that starts from the zero euros, signing stay for 24 months and hiring at the highest rate.