Xperia Z: Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Upgrade For Sony Smartphone Tipped To Come in March

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    Sony is apparently coming up with a timely update for its Xperia Z. Sony had promised that the phone will get an update soon after its release. Xperia Z is a flagship phone of Sony and users of this phone might know how fast the company has been in coming up with this update.

    Sony has not made any official announcement about the date of launch of the update, but reports say that the launch is expected sometime in March. The update is also expected to begin in European continent.


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    Xperia Z: Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Upgrade For Sony Smartphone Tipped

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    A screenshot has been released showing the phone running on Android 4.2.2. The details of kernel versions and baseband seem to be a bit blurred. The details of the build number may also change as the update starts rolling out for all users.

    The build number, at present, is 11.1.A.1.450. It is expected that the final release will also carry an format. Sony had launched Xperia Z in android 4.1 and was soon in bringing out an update in just a couple of months. Sony Xperia Z is currently available in France and will be available in Germany in two days' time. No wonder that the update is rolling out in Europe first.

    The news about the roll out was made available in Xperia blog, confirming that the company is working on the software. If the update rolls out in March, within a month of Xperia Z's launch then it is clear that the company is on the right track in terms of software support services.

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