The Sony Xperia Z is currently one of the most talked about smartphone models on the market. The handset was recently announced by its Japanese manufacturer at CES 2013. However, the Sony Xperia range still boasts a number of other notable devices.
Before the unveiling of the Xperia Z, the flagship device of this series of was the Xperia T, which was the phone of James Bond’s Skyfall, thus boosting the exposure of the device. Some of the handset’s notable features are 16 GB of internal storage which can be expanded by a microSD card, high-res of 4.55 display, 1.5 GHz dual core processor and a 13 megapixel camera.
Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, was the OS of choice for the the Xperia T but new updates were made and the phone now is now subject to the Jellybean update, or Android v4.1.2. Owners of the unlocked and SIM-free Xperia Z are the first one to get their phones updated with the OS while those whose phone is network-locked and under a pay monthly contract will generally need to wait first for the network’s approval and the availability of the download and the update. Visit us at PhonesLimited to compare Sony Xperia T contract deals and find the best Sony Xperia Z contracts.
One of the largest phone networks in UK is Three, which recently announced though Twitter that users of the Sony Xperia T with a pay monthly contract with the network can now make the update to their devices. Just plug your phone to a PC and use the Sony software, or do it by connecting to the internet via WIFI or mobile data connection.
The performance of the user interface will be improved after updating your phone to the latest version of the Android Jellybean OS. The OS will be faster and more responsive, and the keyboard and notification menus had gone through redesigning. Google Now is installed along with other new features.
If you just recently updated your Xperia T to Android v4.1.2 Jellybean, you can share your thoughts about the software by commenting below.