Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Update for the Sony Xperia T, TX, SP and XperiaV
Four of smartphones the Xperia range of the Japanese company Sony released between late 2012 and early 2013 are beginning to receive right now an official update that brings Android 4.3 Jelly Bean version of the Android operating system. Mobile chosen for this update are the Sony Xperia U (launched in late 2012), the Sony Xperia TX ( released late 2012), the Sony Xperia SP (released early 2013 ) and the Sony Xperia V (launched in late 2012).
The update of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean introduces, besides the own new operating system, some changes aimed at improving the performance and operation of these four mobile phones. The new Android 4.3 interface looks modern and renovated, plus much of the errors of this version of the operating system have been corrected to make way for a much more fluid version that should work perfectly in these four phones. Do not forget that the Sony Xperia T, the Sony Xperia TX, the Sony Xperia Sony Xperia SP and V so far worked with version 4.1 of the Android operating system. Moreover, this update also introduces a new Project called Butter, which becomes the name for the best in speed and fluidity of the operating system Google that appear with this update.
In addition to the new operating system, this update also incorporates some improvements developed by Sony. For starters, almost all Sony applications that come standard on these devices have been redesigned and improved, see for example the case of applications like Messages, Small Apps, TrackID or MyXperia. Furthermore, applications like Walkman or album received a new feature that will allow users to upload their content to the Internet so you can access them from anywhere. The STAMINA, application management and control battery mode has also received some improvements geared towards extending the battery life through new settings.
In the aspect of the interface, users will find an application called Xperia Themes. From this application you can download different themes and designs to customize the appearance of your mobile phone interface. The topics have been selected by Sony and is expected to be updated every so often with new designs.
Recall that this update will be coming gradually to users worldwide. The first holders will receive one of these phones in its free version, while users who have acquired through any operator will have to wait a few more weeks until each company decides to launch its corresponding update.