Sony has provided a specific rollout schedule for when its Xperia phones will be getting the push to Android 4.1.
Another phone has been confirmed for a Jelly Bean upgrade in 2013.
Bad news if you have a Sony Xperia phone that was released last year.
Sony's Xperia Ion will be getting Android 4.0 this week.
After being exclusively available on Sony's Xperia devices, the ambitious Call of Duty spin-off has spread its wings.
Rumors began circulating last month that Sony was prepping a slick new Android-powered tablet with a September launch date in mind.
Sony is taking back statements it made about the next Android update for its smartphone line.
Sony's line of Xperia phones from last year might be eligible for the latest version of Android.
Sony is reportedly planning to build on its increasingly strong "Xperia" brand in its next foray into the tablet market.
Sony is ready to tout its flagship smartphone the Xperia Ion.
One of the first major launches by the newly branded Sony Mobile will be targeting an under-targeted crowd.
Sony has just revealed the two latest additions to its Xperia product line.
The very first Sony Mobile Communications phone will be the very next phone to get Android 4.0.
Sony has just unveiled the Xperia sola, a phone that it describes as having a "touch of magic."
At the Mobile World Congress in Spain this week, Sony is showcasing two new Android phones in its Xperia line.
Sony Ericsson, which has provided one of the most ambitious Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade promises to date, has released more details on the process and when it's set to begin.
Every phone in Sony Ericsson's 2011 "Xperia" line will be getting an update to Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich.
The rest of Sony Ericsson's Xperia line has kind of been brushed aside since the Xperia Play was announced, but make no mistake that they're still on everyone's radar.
Now we know why Sony has been so cagey about confirming the so-called "PlayStation phone" and didn't even say anything about it at CES last month. It was planning a big reveal via a Super Bowl commercial.
Sony Ericsson wants to be the #1 global maker of Android phones, but now it looks like it will have its eyes elsewhere as a report suggests the company will start producing Windows Phone 7 devices as well.