Are you the owner of a Sony Xperia M handset? Don’t worry, the company has not forgotten this handset and we can tell you for sure that Sony has been working on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean firmware, so your device will be soon updated as well. The information come from a carrier in France (SFR) that has just approved the ROM a few days ago and here’s what else we know for the moment:
Vodafone Australia Plans
The SFR carrier isn’t the only one announcing the update, but Vodafone Australia has also mentioned that it is testing the Android 4.3 firmware on its Xperia M version, trying to make things work in order to let us enjoy this Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the Australian Xperia M as soon as possible. Sadly, we cannot tell you for sure when this update will start rolling out globally, but we all believe that Sony is closer than ever when it comes to finishing developing the update, so it is believed that it will reach all Xperia M units around the globe in just a few weeks, especially that we can also be talking about the existence of a Sony Xperia M2 successor.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update will completely change your Xperia M
And according to what the SFR changelog has just revealed, we can tell you for sure that the new Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update will completely change your Xperia M smartphone, coming with a much faster UI, with Xperia Themes and updated multimedia apps (Album, Movies, Walkman), as well as an improved bookmark management in Chrome.
As for the possibility of seeing this Xperia M updated to KitKat, we have no official information so far, but we have already seen that things have moved slower for this handset than it had happened with so many other models, so everything is possible.