The update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the internationally-sold Sony Xperia T started rolling out a few weeks ago. Naturally then, people who own AT&T’s version of that phone, called the Xperia TL, have been wondering when their devices would be graced with this update.
The answer seems to be – starting now. Over on the XDA Developers forum, there’s a thread dedicated to people seeing the update in Sony’s PC Companion desktop software. For now, it’s unclear whether the update is also rolling out over-the-air, or if you can only use the aforementioned computer app in order to get it. Though if you’re in doubt, you can always manually check for the update in your phone’s Settings. Then, if you’re not presented with it, just use the PC Companion and get it from there.
The new software version is said to be a lot smoother in operation than the previous ones, thanks in no small part to Google’s Project Butter we assume. You’ll also get an ‘extended battery mode’ option, which is what Sony thought of cooking up instead of just using bigger batteries in its devices. The camera now has HDR abilities, and the Wi-Fi connections should be more stable. Of course, everything that Google baked into this first version of Jelly Bean is in as well.
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