Sony Mobile is busy on the firmware front, it has certified a number of different firmware for various Xperia handsets. Let’s start with the handsets powered by the ST-Ericsson NovaThor U8500 chipset: the Sony Xperia P (LT22i), Xperia U (ST25i), Xperia sola (MT27i) and Xperia go (ST27i) have all had firmware version 6.1.1.B.1.75 certified. This replaces the recently released 6.1.1.B.1.54 firmware.
Moving on, both the LTE (LT28i) and HSPA+ (LT28h) versions of the Sony Xperia ion have had firmware version 6.1.E.3.7 certified. This compares to the last version (6.1.E.2.68) that rolled out in November.
Now we’re just left with the budget Xperia handsets released in 2012. The Sony Xperia J (ST26i) has had 11.0.A.7.8 firmware certified , whilst the Xperia miro (ST23i) has a slightly older 11.0.A.5.8 firmware version certified. The Xperia neo L (MT25i) has firmware version 4.1.B.1.13 certified and lastly the Xperia tipo (ST21i) has 11.0.A.4.25 firmware certified. Phew, that’s a long list. Sony need to release less phones!