According to The Verge, Sony will provide an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for Xperia S, Tablet S, Tablet P, and it’s other products that currently work under Google’s Android operating system. There’s no specific release date revealed yet, but Sony noted that the update should reach users devices on Spring this year. So it wouldn’t take much time before Sony users can taste Ice Cream Sandwich on their handset.
On the other hand, Sony’s competitor has feature the latest version of Android on it’s product. For example, Samsung Galaxy Nexus has already claimed the title to become the world’s first Android 4.0 handset.
If you aren’t too familiar with Sony Xperia S, here’s a little break down for you. This high-end handset is currently powered with a dual-core processors that clocked at 1.5GHz, alongside with a full gigabyte of RAM. Sony Xperia S carry on the largest rear shutter that you’ve ever found on an android smartphone, 12.0 megapixels. For the web camera, Sony implement 8.0 megapixels HD to guarantee a crystal clear video call experience. This handset is also sports a gorgeous touch screen that measured at 4.3 inch.
Sadly, most of Sony’s products, including Xperia series, still work under Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform. That’s why the company is so determined to bring the latest version of the OS to their android handsets lineup.