Published on February 2nd, 2013 | by Gary Johnson0
Sony Xperia T Jelly Bean update begins rollout
The Sony Xperia T was the flagship smartphone from the company that was released last year to celebrate the latest James Bond film, Sky Fall. It launched running the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, but now we have the good news that the Sony Xperia T Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update has started rolling out to owners.
Owners of the handset have reported the new software has started to hit their handsets over in The Netherlands, which should mean other regions will soon follow. The Jelly Bean 4.1 update was recently certified and has quickly followed this by being pushed out of the door for users to download.
The update will be available via the Sony PC Companion app as well as an Over-the-Air, and once downloaded and installed will take the handset from Android 4.0 ICS up to arguably the best version of Android so far, Jelly Bean.
While this new firmware is not the latest version of the Android Jelly Bean OS, it still brings with it some nice new features that will give the handset a whole new feel to it. Along with Google Now users will experience a faster and smoother UI thanks to Project Butter, new camera features, and much more.
The company will also be updating the Xperia V and Xperia TX handsets from now and the end of March, and Sony has a number of other handsets such as the Xperia S that are still awaiting news of the Jelly Bean software.
This news comes after we reported yesterday that the new Sony Xperia Z was launched in the UK with some nice freebies for those pre-ordering the device, and the handset is expected to reach consumers hands by the end of the month. Via Xperia Blog.
Has your Sony Xperia T received Android Jelly Bean yet?