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    Two months ago Sony published information about its Jelly Bean update plans, when approximately will the refresh hit and which devices should be those that get it. Now Sony has published new information about the matter "including uplift to Jelly Bean Android 4.1 for 2012 Xperia". February and March is where you should expect and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update notification on your Xperia T, Xperia TX and Xperia V. If you own an Xperia P, Xperia J or an Xperia go you should be on the lookout for the new firmware starting end of March, soon after that for the Xperia S, Xperia SL, Xperia ion ...

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    According to a recent Sony Xperia Product Blog entry, the 2012 Xperia phones -- Xperia T, Xperia TX and Xperia V -- will receive their Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update starting mid-Q1 2013. That's four months away from now and six months since the introduction of the phones at this year's IFA. Those who have older devices, but still part from the 2012 line-up, like the Xperia S, Xperia acro S, Xperia ion, Xperia P, Xperia go and Xperia J, will be happy to find out that these phones are also on Sony's Jelly Bean update list. Global versions are the only ones confirmed and there is no exact ...

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    Last week, in the midst of a Microsoft news explosion, I posted a piece on why you might consider the HTC Windows Phone 8S over its bigger, more-advanced counterpart, the 8X. My principal argument was centered around the fact that though the 8X offers more headline-worthy features and a much more robust spec sheet, the 8S features attributes some might find even more compelling. That's not a condition limited to HTC's new "signature Windows Phone 8 devices," though. There's evidence of this trend all across the smartphone landscape, with manufacturers delivering more and more ...

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    Touch screens are on the verge of getting ridiculous. In the beginning, there was resistive technology - a sensor layer adhered to a smartphone display that detected pressure from a stylus or fingernail and reacted accordingly. Then, amid a few transitional technologies like the heat-sensing buttons on some of the dumbphones from LG's more aspirational period, capacitive display technology burst onto the scene. LG actually beat Apple to the punch on that one with 2007's Prada, but it was the original iPhone, launched the same year, that catapulted capacitive-touch technology into ...

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    I get nostalgic every time I remember Sony Ericsson's first Xperia, the X1. Can any of you remember that insanely great machine? In short, that device made Windows Mobile look good. At times when Windows Mobile was on decline and smartphone manufacturers were still stuck on just doing the typical and dead "Today screen", Sony Ericsson was different. When it came to hardware, I still share Brandon’s first word when he unboxed it in 2008: “Wow”. When it came to software, the animated panels that made it unique are still one of the most intuitive user interfaces I've ever used. There's ...

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    I'm sure you'll all agree with us in the fact that Sony is quickly running out of letters for their Xperia line. Their keynote is almost about to end in Berlin and they've just announced a ton of products. Within the list, we've just got their new Xperia line-up. The devices, in order of power are the T, the V and the J. The Sony Xperia T is their new flagship devices, which will also be dubbed the TX in certain regions. When it comes to specs, the device includes a: 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8260A Snapdragon S4 CPU Pentaband UMTS / HSPA+ radios A 4.55-inch screen with 720p ...

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