Get the Jelly Bean Update on Your Sony Xperia T Now

Xperia T, Xperia TX, Xperia V Jelly Bean UpdateFor those who are using the Sony Xperia T, the phone maker has decided to give you an upgrade before the year end. Therefore, users of the Xperia T globally will not be able to upgrade to the Android 4.1.2. This was reported on Vietnamese site SonyViet. The website reports that there could now be 7 homescreens instead of 5 for your Xperia T. It could also have a new Lock Screen.

While the update is available for some users currently, it will be available for everyone over the coming weeks. The company had earlier announced that it would be making the Jelly Bean update to Xperia T, Xperia TX and Xperia V in February or March 2013. Therefore, the update come early and it is likely to be a welcome update for users of the phones.

The company had earlier announced that Sony Xperia P, Sony Xperia J, Sony Xperia go would also receive Android 4.1 upgrade after March.

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Sony Xperia T: The Bond Phone

James Bond fans after Skyfall have more to cheer about. Sony’s Bond Phone, the Xperia T, has finally become available over O2 in UK. But it wasn’t just the Bond tag that got us excited about this phone. We take an in-depth look at some of the phone’s exciting features and specs, so if you’re considering picking up this phone, this article’s a must-read for you.

On the inside: The Xperia T is powered by a dual-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon processor and 1 GB of RAM. It runs Android ICS, but can be upgraded to Android 4.1 or Jelly Bean version too. Also included in the package is an Adreno 225 GPU for a better gaming experience. The display has a size of 4.55 inches and is powered by Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine for brilliant viewing.

Sony has put in 16 GB of internal storage within the Xperia T and even a microSD card slot, for those who wish to have more memory. An 1850 mAh battery gives the Xperia T a talk-time of up to 7 hours and continuous music playback for up to 16 hours.

Connectivity: The Xperia T offers 3G and 2G connectivity options – a big downer was the lack of 4G connectivity on the phone. In addition, it’s got Bluetooth 3.1, WiFi – both direct and hotspot, DLNA, as well as NFC capabilities.

Camera: The phone has a 13 MP autofocus rear camera with an LED flash as well as a 1.3 MP front-facing camera. It’s got geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection and even image stabilization features. Videos can be recorded at 1080p at 30 fps. Even the secondary camera can be used to record video at 720p at 30 fps. Now that’s plush!

The Xperia T is available in three color options – black, white and silver. You also get a limited time offer of 50 GB cloud space free with this phone. It’s slick, powerful, mean, and well, James Bond’s used it. Do you need any more reasons to pick one up?

More Xperia T News:

How Does Sony Xperia SL Compare with Samsung Galaxy S3

Users Can Now Win Gold Versions of Xperia P Smartphones

Sony Xperia V Available for Christmas in Europe



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