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If you are a Sony Xperia fan, you might want to know that the company is now rolling out the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update to its select handsets. These smartphones which will be receiving the update in staring today are Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR and Xperia Tablet Z. The news doesn't come as a surprise because the company had already announced the roll-out of update couple of months back. Finally it is out.
Lets look at the new changes that the update will bring about in the device. Obviously needless to say that the OTA update comes with a couple of new features and a few performance tweaks which will enhance the User Interface as well.
The Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will bring a performance and UI optimisation and a smoother graphical experience. Even Sony's Smart Social Camera will be added to the aforementioned devices.
Sony claims to come up with an enhanced native app portfolio thus there will also be some improvements in Messaging, MyXperia, Smart Connect, Small apps, TrackID, Sony Select and othe rapps.
The update will also bring a custom interface experience called the "Xperia Themes", with download-able UI.
There will also be some tweaks in the smartphone's Battery STAMINA Mode.
Moreover, talking about the Xperia Z tablet, users will find an increased user control with "Restricted Profiles" and more.
You might as well know that the updates are rolled out in phases, thus you might have to wait for a little while. There is no information about how long it is going to take to hit the Indian Xperia devices. However, we will keep you updated about the matter. Stay Tuned!