Sony is bringing the latest Android Jelly Bean update to its Xperia T smartphone, with the new software hitting phones as we speak.
The Xperia T, otherwise known as the Bond Phone, is soon to be superseded by Sony’s new flagship phone, the Xperia Z, but it’ll be keeping up the pace in terms of software by upgrading to Jelly Bean.
An early test version of the Android 4.1 software surfaced only a week ago online, but now Xperia Blog reports that users in several countries have been receiving the update. So far Xperia T owners in Germany, Saudi Arabia and The Netherlands have reported updates to their phones.
Sony has worked to add improvements to the phone’s camera, dialler and lockscreen, alongside the host of improvements and changes the stock Android 4.1 update brings. Xperia T users will benefit from a much smoother and faster overall experience when using the device, which will be down to Google’s new ‘Project Butter’ tricks.
To check for the update on your phone, head into Settings > About phone > Software update. You’ll need to follow prompts to install Sony’s PC Companion software and from there you’ll be well on your way to getting some Jelly Bean goodness.