Sony Xperia P getting Android 4.0 update

Sony has started the global roll-out of the Ice Cream Sandwich update for Xperia P smartphone. Company also stated that ICS for Xperia sola, Xperia go and Xperia U will follow soon.

The update is being rolled out right now in select regions and would reach other markets in the coming months. The update brings the Ice Cream Sandwich goodness as well few other neat features to Xperia P, check out the change-log below:

  • New ways to experience your media with new media applications – “WALKMAN”, “Album” and “Movies”
  • Extended standby mode, increasing standby time by up to four times (depending on user-profile and data consumption)
  • Lock screen with improved functionality
  • Resizable widgets for improved personalization
  • Improved control of your mobile data consumption
  • Recent Apps button for a clear overview of your applications Company also revealed that Xperia U, Xperia sola and Xperia go are next in line to get the Ice Cream Sandwich update.

The current version of Android on Sony Xperia P is Gingerbread and the smartphone features 4-inch display, 1GHz dual-core processor and 8MP camera.

“It’s worth noting that in some cases, the software package may only be accessible via PC Companion or Bridge for Mac, instead of directly in the phone,” stated Sony on the official blog.

3 comments

  1. Unlike Xperia S update to ICS, Xperia P update doesn’t have much issues.
    Lil Issues that was observed in last few days after my udpate:
    1. Picture zoom is not smooth
    2. xloud feature makes me go crazy, I can hear cracking sounds. Had to disable this feature
    and few intermitent issues.
    But worth updating. I’m enjoying my ICS in XP.

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