Here's some good news for all those owning a Sony Xperia M and waiting for a new firmware update to make updated changes to the phone.
As reports have suggested, the previously released Sony Xperia M could soon be treated to the highly anticipated android 4.3 Jelly Bean update. And this is big news since the Xperia M is yet to receive the update that will make it potent enough for the next KitKat update (if the device is indeed planned).
According to reports, the Xperia M is close to receiving the long-awaited Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update, which, apparently, the device might be treated to within the next few days.
XperiaBlog, via a brand new report, has stated that French carrier SFR has just approved an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for Sony Xperia M, which is currently expected to be pushed out live in the coming days.
According to SFR, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean firmware version 15.4.A.0.21, similar to the one that got certified earlier this week at PTCRB, will bring major performance improvements to the device, and this includes the updated Sony media apps (Album, Mobile and WALKMAN) alongside Xperia Themes.
"The carrier has confirmed that Android 4.3 will arrive in the form of build version 15.4.A.0.21, the same build version that was certified by the PTCRB a month ago," the report states.
"No release date has been given, however SFR did confirm that the upgrade will deliver performance enhancements, an upgrade to Sony's media apps (Album, Movie and WALKMAN) and Xperia Themes."
apart from SFR, it also appears that Australian carrier Vodafone has changed the status of the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update from "scheduled for testing" to "testing."
So with the new update slowly but surely rolling out in certain parts of the planet, we are guessing that it will just be a matter of time before the update also hits the Indian subcontinent for all the customers currently in possession of an Xperia M. More information on this is expected to arrive in the coming days.