Sometime in the middle of last month, we were treated to news that the Sony Xperia S would be on the receiving end of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update before March is over, but now that we are well into the middle of the month of April with no Jelly Bean in sight for the Xperia S, you can be sure that owners of the Xperia S are starting to be a disgruntled bunch. Thanks to a leaked update roadmap for the French carrier SFR, it seems that the Jelly Bean update for the Xperia S will at long last, launch later next month – that is, May.
The Sony Xperia S was first launched in February last year with Android 2.3 Gingerbread in tow, before it was on the receiving end of the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system update down the road before being given confirmation that it too, will also be upgraded to Jelly Bean when the time is right. Of course, the Xperia S would not go beyond Jelly Bean, so do expect it to sit out of the Key Lime Pie treatment.
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