Sony have always been one of the slowest companies to adopt the latest version of Android and they are doing a good job of keeping up the tradition. However, they have now unveiled when they'll be updating their current Xperia smartphones to Android Jelly Bean.
The first Sony smartphones to be upgraded to Jelly Bean are the Sony Xperia T (pictured above) , Xperia TX and the Xperia V. They will get updated to Android 4.1 in February and March, which is a pretty reasonable timescale but in all honesty Android 4.2 will be widespread by then.
The second batch of smartphones will receive the update at the end of March when owners of the Xperia P, Xperia J and Xperia Go will be able to enjoy a new version of Android. Sony will then finally roll-out the update for the Xperia S, SL, Ion, and Acro S in April.
Sadly, that means that if your smartphone isn't listed above you'll be stuck with your current version of Android forever. However, we're sure you'll manage and you can always upgrade to a newer Sony smartphone if your that bothered !
3G will bring you news of the release of Android Jelly Bean on Sony's Xperia smartphone as and when they roll-out to each individual handset.
By Simon Thomas on 19th December, 2012