In case you own a Sony Xperia P, Xperia U, Xperia Go or Xperia Sola, then we have great news for you! Sony Mobile has recently announced that it started rolling out new software updates for the aforementioned handsets, which should fix some issues, but also bring new performance tweaks.
Don’t get too excited though, the firmware update is based on Ice Cream Sandwich, so if you have an Xperia smartphone, you’ll have to wait until 2013 before you can get update to Jelly Bean.
Join us after the break if you want to know exactly what improvements does the new update bring to your phone.
New Sony Xperia P, Xperia U, Go and Sola Updates
According to Sony, the new ICS firmware will bring improvements to Wi-Fi, NFC and Messaging, camera, tethering as well as stability fixes.
The Xperia P users will receive a notification when the update is available for their device, however, the direct availability depends on the market and carrier .
The Xperia Sola, Xperia U and Xperia Go owners who have already upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich will receive a notification once the update is available and they will be able to download it over-the-air.
In case you have any of the devices above and they still run on the Gingerbread OS, you should download PC Companion or Bridge (if you’re a MAC user) and update the software manually.
As you might know, all the Sony Xperia smartphones that were released in 2012 will receive the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in early 2013, but no specific roll-out dates have been announced so far.
Are you excited about this new update?
Thanks Android Central for the tips regarding the Sony Xperia P, Xperia U, Go and Sola update.