No Jelly Bean for the Xperia range of 2011

Announcements of updates to Android smartphones for different follow as serials. Small laconic sentences manufacturers leaving a little hope and ads more or less contradictory.

In this game, it's Sony who gets stuck about the Xperia range 2011. At the time not so long ago, it was still the entity Sony Ericsson (which became Sony Mobile Communications late October 2011). Bad news for owners of Xperia devices of the 2011 range, they can not enjoy Jelly Bean. Reason given: Sony believes that the transition to Android 4.1 on these terminals would be detrimental to the user experience worse than Android 4.0.4. Mean simply that the Japanese auto maker excuse a lack of power of these smartphones to "support" the update. Sony does not, however, abandon support for Xperia 2011 and continue to deliver updates to the firmware.

For owners of these smartphones, an alternative is to turn to a ROM AOSP ( Android Open Source Project).

The good news is for owners of Sony Xperia range 2012. Updates to come will allow them to become the host of Android 4.1. This affects T Sony Xperia, Xperia TX, V Xperia, Xperia S, Xperia Acro S, Xperia ion, Xperia P and Xperia Xperia go J. However, the three most recent models, namely T Xperia, Xperia Xperia TX and V, will see this update that happen to February 2013.
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