June 15, 2013
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Xperia Z

Although Sony has yet to officially release the upcoming Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for the water-resistant Xperia Z, some people have already installed an unofficial leaked version (which we covered in an earlier report) on their own phones. As a result, they are now able to run the latest available version of the Android software on their handsets.

If you’re wondering exactly what the software update does, there are a couple of new YouTube videos that can show you. A 15-minute video titled, “Sony XPERIA Z with official leak Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean review” is what you want to watch to know all the most important elements of the software update. There’s also a 4-minute video titled, “Xperia Z 4.2.2 firmware leaked!” that shows the phone’s lockscreen widgets in action, and that’s worth viewing as well.

We still don’t know when Sony plans to officially deliver the software update to Xperia Z users. But judging by the appearance of this unofficial leaked version, we believe the official release is just around the corner. Go and watch these video demonstrations of the software update’s features for now to tide yourself over.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dBidATt2Znw

David Gonzales
David is a mobile computer geek who firmly believes that in order to stay healthy, one needs to eat daily doses of gadgets for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Join him as he indulges his passion for technology and fascination with all things Android.
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