To install the upgrade, users need to connect their devices to their computers using Sony PC companion software.
Sony has rolled out the Android 4.0 update for its Xperia Arc and Xperia Neo smartphones globally including India. Quite strangely, Sony had earlier announced that the upgrade will first be available to the Sony Xperia NXT devices including the Xperia S, U, P and Sola before others.
Along with Xperia Arc and Xperia Neo, the ICS upgrade is now also available for Sony Xperia Arc S, Neo V and Xperia Ray as well. Following this it is being expected that the software upgrade for Sony Xperia S smartphone will also be made available soon in the days to come.
The Android ICS upgrade brings along a whole new look and feel for the users as far as user interface goes. An updated Timescape user interface will also be available for these phones. The Android 4.0 operating system has been optimised individually for each device to offer best possible performance with the devices.
To install the upgrade, users need to connect their devices to their computers using Sony PC companion software and follow the steps suggested by the software to upgrade their devices.
Both the LG G4 and Sony Xperia Z4 will have high end features, few of which are known right now.
Sony has announced Xperia E4 and Xperia E4 Dual but has not revealed their prices yet.
There is also a dual SIM version of the phone, simply known as Sony Xperia E4 Dual.
Sony Xperia L was introduced in India in mid-May last year for Rs 18,990.
Apart from SIM slots, the new handsets are identical in terms of specifications.
Sony Xperia Z Ultra Google Play Edition is priced at $650 (Rs 39,846 approximately) and runs Android 4.4 KitKat without customisations.
Sony has also announced that it will release Android 4.4 KitKat update for some of its high end devices.
Sony is reportedly working on a mini version of its Xperia Z1 smartphone which may be launched as Xperia Z1S.
The Android 4.1 powered smartphone has a 1 GHz dual core processor and 1 GB RAM.
The employees have been given clear instructions not to let information out before launch of devices.