Sony’s Jelly Bean counter, which has been especially set up for Xperia T owners, has been serving satisfied customers all over the world for a month now, except those in the US.

If you own the Xperia TL, the AT&T variant of the phone, no longer will you have to look at your international cousins with envy, as the carrier has started rolling out the Android 4.1.2 software update for the handset.

For now, it looks like you can only grab the new firmware via Sony’s PC companion software, but don’t discount the possibility of seeing it arriving over-the-air as well.

Alongside Jelly Bean, your Xperia TL will get a brand new and snappier UI, homescreen, dialer, and lock screen, as well as an improved camera app with a better HDR capability and much more. It’s definitely an update worth waiting for.

Let us know below whether you’ve received the Jelly Bean update from AT&T.

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  • GeorgeDao123

    Sony Xperia C670X specifications are leaked: an other HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S 4’s opponent:

    • APai

      but I think the xperia Z is the S4 opponent. there’s no flagship that’s dustproof/ waterproof as yet other than the xperia Z. the S4 might be slightly faster, but the slick xperia Z throws the gauntlet for any upcoming phone

      • GeorgeDao123

        All information on my site is just a few of C670X. Maybe this device has all great features that the Xperia Z has. We shall have the answer soon. And which Android are you using now?

        • APai

          maybe, can’t say for sure if sony will release another flagship – if they do, they are sure to shoot themselves in the foot. they made that mistake last year with no clear flagship.

          horsepower wise i think sony phones will always be at the mercy of third party like qualcomm, and upcoming chips will always be more powerful than the existing ones – that’s a given.

          only samsung, apple do not have to rely on third party. also, the S4 is supposed to rely on qualcomm because their octa core processor isn’t yet ready.

          I have an xperia T, btw

  • jason N

    Wow! That’s so messed up! This phone came out months after the HTC One X. I am so finished with AT&T and HTC!