Sony Ericsson Xperia arc and neo Android ICS firmware submitted for certification
0. phoneArena posted on 06 Dec 2011, 02:47
The ICS firmware has seemingly been submitted to the PCRB certification body on Friday for the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc and Xperia neo handsets. We just checked those two, but probably the rest of the pack has been submitted too...
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1. elliotsilva posted on 06 Dec 2011, 03:04 7 0
sony is back in the game and wants to make some serious damage!
3. Birds posted on 06 Dec 2011, 05:41 2 0
I love Sony products. I hope they come out with a Variant of the Sony Xperia Play that has a dual core processor, HD screen and other goodies, but this time on a carrier like Sprint or T-mobile. If they do this the same time they launch the PSVita. It could be impressive.
2. XiphiasGladius posted on 06 Dec 2011, 05:13 4 0
As an Arc owner I'm all smiles baby. hahaha. . .
4. samda posted on 06 Dec 2011, 05:46 2 0
Sony will skyrocket in 2012.. imagine that gorgeous playstation certified Sony Nozomi with camera better than iphone's,(12Mp Exmor 2) with screen better than iphone's(4,3-4,5 inch HD reality 2), and with an OS that simply makes IOS look obsolete(ICS).
If US carriers don't offer that, apple can thank their lucky stars
5. Bluesky02 posted on 06 Dec 2011, 06:21 2 0
The thing i like with Sony is that they admit the mistakes they made and learn from them. They said same thing for PS3, PSP and now their Phones.
PSVita is a PSP Analogue Fix
PS4 will be an Overprice/Overpack hardware Fix. Same for the Rush out RSX Graphic (7900GT)
6. arcq12 posted on 06 Dec 2011, 06:51 1 0
Sony is just becoming the best in after sales support.. Cant wait to get my hands on that Nozomi..
8. XiphiasGladius posted on 06 Dec 2011, 08:55 0 0
Yes that's obvious, since the difference between the Arc and the Arc S is onlythe clock speed (aside from colors of their casings). . .
9. paul5an posted on 06 Dec 2011, 09:37 2 0
This article is wrong.
The 4.01 / 4.02 refers to the Sony Ericsson firware build - it does not refer to the Android version which is still 2.3.4 on these firmwares. The latest "D" version is just a localised version for NTT DoCoMo in Japan (see Xperiablog.net for details).