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Sony Commits to Android 4.3 Updates

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Jul 25, 2013, 7:47 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sony today promised to update several of its devices to Android 4.3, though it didn't say when the update might become available. Sony said it is already making good progress with updating the Xperia Z and ZL from Android 4.1 to Android 4.2. Down the road, it will update both the Z and ZL, as well as the Xperia ZR, SP, Z Ultra, and Tablet Z to Android 4.3. Sony also said that it might update a few phones from Android 4.1 directly to Android 4.3, but it didn't name those devices. The timing for the updates will vary by region, carrier, and device.

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Jul 25, 2013, 10:11 AM

I see no commitment.

We will maybe, possibly, perhaps, sometime in the unannounced future, maybe update these specific devices to the newest version of android, which will probably not be the newest version by the time we have gotten them updated.

I see no commitment! saying you are going to do something but then publically saying we will "maybe" get certain devices updated, and saying that they do not have any time frame at all for when this will happen is not a commitment.

Remember when Motorola said they would support the Cliq line of phones? Sony isn't Motorola, but this is not a good move.
LOL. HTC did the same as well at one point. Now they are back on the same boat. The only one who truly keeps up with updates is Samsung from experience. Then again now a days anyone who knows anything about Android already has 4.3 flashed ;).
It doesn't say maybe-possibly, it says:

"confirm we’ll make 4.3 available for: Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR, Xperia Tablet Z, Xperia SP and Xperia Z Ultra"
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