Sony starting Xperia Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade
0. phoneArena posted on 13 Apr 2012, 15:22
Sony has officially announced that it will start its Android 4.0 upgrade for the 2011 line of Xperia smartphones today. Initially, this update is for Xperia arc S, Xperia neo V, and Xperia ray owners located in...
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5. TROLL (limited) 5 days ago posted on 13 Apr 2012, 19:30 5
LIKE NO OTHER
MAKE AND BELIEVE
2. rg987 posted on 13 Apr 2012, 15:29 4
they shud have upgraded the original ARC as it is their flagship model, how can they forget ARC, they are the 1st rank IDIOTS
3. CharlieAtInfinity posted on 13 Apr 2012, 15:45 4
They are gonna upgrade the Arc!! that will be by next month!!
4. dmn666 posted on 13 Apr 2012, 15:57 1
Ideally, anyone would expect an FIFO update process. This LIFO schedule just doesn't make any sense to me. I understand there is resource limitation, but it'll always be there!
6. chethan316 posted on 14 Apr 2012, 02:57 0
I'm surprised to see they're leaving out the Xperia S in the first roll out. Is this how they treat a flagship device?
7. Muhannad posted on 14 Apr 2012, 06:35 1
No, Sony is treating its older flagships properly unlike what Samsung has done with the original Galaxy S.
9. nikhildangui posted on 15 Apr 2012, 02:20 0
dont wait so eagerly for the update guys SONY has disappointed with this update and it dont bring anything new to the table.. and worse thing is that .. NO camera optimization means no better photos and no New music player..
just all old stuff over Gingerbread has made to work on ICS thats it.....
SONY U GONNA TAKE THIS SONY ERICSSON TOWARDS DOOM..... like the sony corp...
it was better with ericsson looking at current senario..
there may be many ppl brought Xperia 2011 line up just thinking they will get ICS with XPeria S features... but they dint... n u lost it
10. cttan456 posted on 15 Apr 2012, 23:49 0
That's great! Sony is the first to release ICS update to their older phones. Great to see them support older devices while others don't. Others like HTC may have launched new ICS phones but they and the others like LG, Samsung, etc. choose to conveniently forget their older phones.