Despite the efforts of brand updates Android remain a fairly delicate matter especially for medium and low end range. Many models are set apart by their respective manufacturers and are stuck without updates, with the understandable anger of users. Sony is not very good reputation with updates to its mid-range and entry, and it is common for terminals more Basic stay with the same version that was released, although some are improving this policy. For example the Sony Xperia M was released last August and as per the news published in Xperia Blog , soon to be upgraded to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, good news for users.
The Sony Xperia M goes standard with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and by the time the regular version has not received any updates. However users of the model with dual SIM version did receive Android 4.2.2,so it was thought that the issue with a single SIM also be updated later. Nothing has been no move bySony and Xperia M remains as in the time of release, but according to Vodafone Australia will not for long. In its update schedule is listed on Sony Xperia M and their status with respect to the update is“scheduled test” , so we can expect news soon. However it may take a bit longer as the scheduled release Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is , so skip the 4.2.2 that did receive Dual SIM model.
Vodafone Australia does not offer any more information or an approximate date, but it is a sign that Sony is working on updating the Sony Xperia M. Looking at other models from the list we also see that the Sony Xperia Sony Xperia TX SP and appear in it, but its status is “failed tests. Waiting for new Sony software. ” Hopefully it will not happen the same with the Xperia M and update arrives soon. Recall that the latest Android 4.4 KitKat delivery, which takes several months in circulation, but in this case there is no indication that will be updated, actually sounds pretty unlikely, though not impossible.
The Sony Xperia M is a smartphone screen 4 inches diagonally, making it very handy and convenient to carry. Your copy the high-end brand, with a form of sharp corners and aluminum trim design is also available in bold colors. Other of its salient features include a 5 megapixel camera with video recording HD720p, dual core processor and connection NFC to transfer files or make payments to the terminal. The Sony Xperia M costs 230 euros format free and is available with several Spanish operators.