Ever fancied dipping a Jelly Bean in your T? Sony says the hotly anticipated Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for its Bond-endorsed Xperia T is on its way, but users hoping for the very latest version of Android will be left sorely disappointed.
The update brings Google's robotic concierge, Sony promises, along with an improved camera experience., into Xperia users' hands, as well as more control over notifications -- such as turning them off on an app-by-app basis or expanding notifications for more information. The NFC-based Android Beam app will also be included,
The Xperia T will also benefit from Google's efforts to lubricate its interface -- codenamed, it should allow the device to run lag-free at 60 frames per second.
Missing out on Android 4.2 means the Xperia T will lack some of the features that grace the latest Android phones, notably the Nexus 4. These include the ability to launch the camera direct from the lockscreen or the new 'Photo Sphere' feature, which lets you take panorama photos from the stock camera app.
Sony has updated its media apps, however, and replaced the pretty useless Timescape widget with.
The Japanese mobile-maker hasn't confirmed whether Android 4.2 will be coming in the future, but with thewith 4.1 onboard, I wouldn't hold your breath.
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Additional reporting by Jordan O'Brien.