Sony Ericsson has begun rolling out Android 2.3.3 to the Xperia Play across Europe, bringing with it bug fixes and a smoother and more integrated Facebook user experience.
Check out what the update's got in store for you in the clip below
According to Sony Ericsson, key enhancements are better battery and HD video recording performance, a more responsive touchscreen as well as improved software and Wi-Fi stability.
The main change however is the introduction of additional Facebook Inside Xperia features, Sony Ericsson announced via its blog.
Aimed at allowing users to connect on Facebook in a faster and easier way, these include the option to share music tracks on the site directly from the onboard music player, plus automatic syncing of the Facebook and stock Xperia calendar to make it less likely you’ll miss an important social events.
Users can either update their phones over the air or through PC Companion, with those who’ve got unbranded phones bought off-contract first in line for the upgrade. Those of you who bought the handset on a pay monthly monthly deal, may have a little while longer to wait while carriers put the new OS iteration through network testing.
Sony Ericsson stated: “The roll-out will start now but, as some of you know from earlier updates, I’d like to point out that it is a gradual roll-out over markets, mostly because of different approvals needed for different markets and customized kits.
“Therefore, depending on where you live and what customised “kit” you own it can take a while before you get it. In general unbranded “trade-kits” will be early.”