Sony Mobile s shot callers must have been delusional if they thought for a second they d get away with simply forgetting about contemporary non-Xperia Z smartphones1 mere months after their commercial debuts.
Fortunately, the Japanese OEM quickly regained its grasp on reality, reevaluating the company s stance on Lollipop updates for the Xperia T2 Ultra and Xperia C3. The 2014 mid-range pair is officially on its way to Android 5.0 or perhaps 5.1, although obviously, timings will be shared at a later date.
Before the two can be brought into the 21st century software-wise, we re certain even their owners will admit Sony needs to wrap things up for Z3 and Z2-series gadgets. Also, the original Xperia Z should score Lollipop first, as a teaser dropped on Google Plus assuredly suggests.
Next to a self-explanatory photo of a 5.0-powered Z, you have a vague but fantasy-inducing coming soon message, the releasing of which can only be explained by the imminence of the rollout.
Either that, or Sony purely wants to remind the world the two-year-old is still alive.
Now, can we get some Lollipop love for the T3 and M2 as well?
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- ^ forgetting about contemporary non-Xperia Z smartphones (vr-zone.com)
- available on Amazon at $275 in a factory unlocked LTE flavor (www.amazon.com)
- T2 Ultra costs $234 (www.amazon.com)
- going for $265 free of contractual obligations (www.amazon.com)
- ^ Sony Mobile Blogs (blogs.sonymobile.com)
- ^ Xperia Blog (www.xperiablog.net)