Sony are unleashing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich onto three of their Xperia-branded smartphones: Xperia U, Xperia Sola and Xperia Go. These three phones were all released with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, as they were more aimed at the entry-level market.
Sony are now rolling out ICS updates to these three entry-level handsets, which should provide them with the following new features:
- Lock screen with better functionality
- Resizable widgets
- Improved control of data consumption
- New ways to experience your Sony content in WALKMAN, Album and Movies
- The Xperia Sola will also be getting 'glove mode', which will add Sony's "floating touch" technology to make it work well while wearing gloves
The update should be made available between now and a few weeks from now - depending on where you live, phone version, and more.
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