Sony pencils in Android 4.1 dates for 2012 Xperia line

Sony pencils in Android 4.1 dates for 2012 Xperia line

Sony today announced that it plans to issue Android updates to a number of its 2012 Xperia line. As you might expect, it’s a matter of newer and more robust devices getting preference over those that are not. Keep in mind that while Sony does have a general time frame, things can slip or move up. What’s more, your particular update will hinge upon you carrier’s willingness to play ball.

February and March 2013

  • Xperia T
  • Xperia TX
  • Xperia V

End of March

  • Xperia P
  • Xperia J
  • Xperia go

Subsequent weeks

  • Xperia S
  • Xperia SL
  • Xperia ion
  • Xperia acro S

Not getting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

  • Xperia U
  • Xperia miro
  • Xperia tipo
  • Xperia sola

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8 Comments

  1. Maff Mace
    December 18, 01:30 Reply

    Every time my wife keeps buying a Sony Xperia phone (X10 Mini pro, Xperia Pro, Xperia Mini Pro and now the Xperia U) they keep doing this, she’s only had it 3 months and now I have to tell her she’s got a dead phone as Sony will not update it, the same as all the others she’s had.
    Goodbye Sony, for good, you’ve let people down too many times now.

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