The Sony Xperia range of Android smartphones now has plenty of notable handsets. This is soon to be added to with the Sony Xperia V. This was unveiled alongside its Xperia T and Xperia V counterparts, but is yet to be released.
Although the Sony Xperia V was originally scheduled to be launched in late December, an announcement via Sony France on twitter has stated that the handset will not hit shelves until late January next year. While this may be frustrating for some people have been waiting for this handset to be released, there is a silver lining. The handset was originally meant to launch with Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 software installed, but this has yet again been pushed back, so it will have a more up to date version of the operating system. The same tweet y Sony France has stated that the Sony Xperia V will ship with Android Jellybean preinstalled, although it does not specify if it will be the new Jellybean 4.2 version, or the current Jellybean 4.1.
The Sony Xperia V joins a number of impressive devices already in the Xperia range. These phones may not be as popular as the Apple iPhone or Samsung Galaxy handsets, but certainly hold their own against the competition in terms of features. Visit our website to find the best Sony Xperia V Offers and best prices for the Sony Xperia S.
Notable handsets in the Xperia range include the Xperia S and Xperia T. In fact the latter is the mobile phone of choice for 007 in ‘Skyfall’, the new James bond film. This phone in particular boasts plenty of high-end features, including a 13 megapixel camera.
Sony recently announced its plans for the rest of its Xperia handsets to be updated to the latest version of the Android operating system. Starting in January 2013, those released this year and in the latter part of 2011 will start to receive updates to the software. We will keep you posted on developments as we hear them.