Three is now rolling out Android Jelly Bean to the Sony Xperia T, adding a host of welcome new features and improvements to the handset.
The network announced the update is available via Twitter, continuing its impressive track record of bringing the latest OS refresh to older handsets.
However, it appears the update won’t be released over-the-air as is typically the case and will instead need to be downloaded using Sony’s PC Companion software by following instructions provided at Three’s website.
Still, it’s a small inconvenience for what you’ll get in return, including a host performance improvements in the shape of Project Butter, a personal voice-guided assistant called Google Now that sorts useful information in a card-based interface and expandable notifications which are now grouped together by applications.
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