Six months after Ice Cream Sandwich started appearing on the menu, most manufacturers and carriers are still unable to fully serve customers with the delectable dessert. Disappointingly, across the board, many phones and tablets are still waiting to get the update to the latest Android OS, that’s it if they’ll receive it at all.
But that certainly isn’t a problem for Sony, as the company is ready to send out the ICS upgrade for not just one or two devices, but SEVEN of them in one go.
Yep. As planned, Sony is now rolling out its Android 4.0.4 ICS update for the Xperia Neo, Xperia Arc, Xperia Pro, Xperia Pro Mini, Xperia Mini, Xperia Active, and Live with Walkman. This is a follow up to the ICS upgrade that it recently rolled out to the Xperia Ray, Xperia Arc S, and Xperia Neo V. That’s 10 upgraded phones — that were released in 2011 — within a month. It’s a shame that other manufacturers aren’t following in Sony’s admirable footsteps.
Since the update will be released in batches, you may not necessarily get it on your phone today. But rest assured, you will eventually get the ICS experience on your Xperia device. You may want to take the time you have now to download the latest version of PC Companion to ensure a successful update. Check out Sony’s message board to get more information.
As for owners of the Sony Xperia S (caught on video running ICS), Xperia P, and Xperia U – ICS will make its way to the S at the end of June. The other two members of the trio will get the update in the third quarter.
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yes sony is best among all
Sony is the best!? Open your eyes mate!
Majority of Sony Xperia phones are NOT ICS upgradable.
After you upgrade your phone becomes useless and you need to send it to sony’s repair centre who will put Gingerbread back on (yes that’s right they will revert it back to the old system because they do NOT have a workable version of ICS for all their phones). There seems to be hundreds if not thousands of people experiencing these problems and Sony cannot come up with a solution for almost 2 months now.
blame on sony
it’s a month delayed and it isn’t even available by now (Xperia Pro)….
ill will get the xperia U after it has the ics update, not before
I’m a proud Xperia mini pro user with ICS now. This phone was listed under top 5 worst android phones for wrong reasons. Nearing one year of usage and I did not face any problem with my phone. My colleaques uses different android phones of different makes and envy that they do not going to get ICS from their phone makers. It makes me to Happy Sony customer.
wht is ur android version??