Writing in response to a previous poster, a member of Sony's support team wrote, "Xperia S is planned to get ICS somewhere around late May/early June."
The comment continues, "That's what's been said and that's still what we're sticking to. Any other dates (such as "June/July") is just speculation."
Xperia S owners slavering for the latest edition ofshould only have a few weeks to wait, then. That's good news, as one of the problems with the Japanese company's latest flagship was that it launched with an out-of-date version of Google's robot-powered operating system.
Don't be surprised if you don't see the new software arriving on your Xperia S immediately -- Sony says, "The roll out is, as always, gradual and will not happen over night for all phones. Some phones might get the update in late May whilst other[s] will get in mid-June etc."
If you're keen to see what Android 4.0 will look like on your Xperia S,contains a clip showing a beta version of the software.
Although Sony's vowed to imbue all its 2011 Xperia smart phones with Android 4.0, the company has said that customers may actually be better-- Sony's proud of the "extreme stability" that its earlier edition offers.
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