Sony Announces Which Xperia Handsets Will Get Jelly Bean

Xperia Jelly Bean

Of all the manufacturers that are focusing on Android, Sony has recently been the most transparent about the upgrade process. Just yesterday, they released their Jelly Bean update plan, detailing which of the Xperia handsets will be receiving the buttery smooth upgrade. This should be good news for Xperia owners who could only speculate until now on whether their specific handsets would make the cut.

Obviously, the top of the line Xperia T, Xperia TX and Xperia V will be receiving the update first in the middle of Q1 next year. Next will be the international versions of the Xperia S, Xperia Acro S, Xperia Ion, Xperia P, Xperia Go, and Xperia J. Sadly, the entire 2011 Xperia lineup will not be getting upgraded to Jelly Bean at all. This is a bit weird, considering the Xperia J actually has the same chipset as some of the older 2011 Xperias.

Source: SonyMobile via GSMArena

2 thoughts on “Sony Announces Which Xperia Handsets Will Get Jelly Bean

    1. Yeah. What sucks is that Sony had promised 18 months of support as long as the hardware could handle it. Apparently, they’re still promising support in terms of firmware maintenance upgrades, but not necessarily full version upgrades.

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