Xperia Z (C6603) listed on PTCRB; first firmware certified (10.1.A.1.326)

by XB on 13th February 2013

in Firmware, Xperia Z and Xperia ZL

The Sony Xperia Z is now listed on the PTCRB certification website. Only one variant of the Xperia Z variant is currently listed – the LTE enabled C6603. The first firmware to be certified is version number 10.1.A.1.326, which could very well be the firmware on retail handsets at launch. The handset will launch with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and is expected to be updated to Android 4.2 at some point after launch.

Thanks @wimpiedb!

  • silasje1

    Hope there is comming an update to JB for Sony Xperia Tablet S soon

  • Ian

    First they said that 4.2 would land soon after launch, and now It’s “some point” which very well could be weeks, not to mention months.

    Oh Sony.

  • jezz… after launch? global maybe not japan.

  • burnin

    The phone isn’t out yet and people starting to cry about updates all ready… seems a little stupid

  • Purusharth Dwivedi

    and also for The orignal sony tablet s…..

  • Guest

    The system dump is .350 already. What gives?

  • You do realize that XperiaBlog is not Sony, right? This is a fan site, XperiaBlog said “some point” not Sony.
    Either way, why would you worry about this now before the phone is even released?

  • APai

    “expected to be updated to Android 4.2 at some point after launch”
    that must be 5 months, judging by my experience with T

  • Sony Mobile PT confirmed in facebook that the Xperia Z will be launched in March :) in Portugal

  • Ian

    Just concerned with updates, regardless if the phone is released or not. It’s not out of line. You know, them being sony and all. And guess whar? I’ve got the right to be
    I’ve already paid quite the price for the phone as I’ve preordered it.

  • I would like to hold the phone and do the update myself, rather then buy an already updated phone. It’s fun to play with the Z 4.1.2 before going to 4.2, feel like you have a new phone one more time!

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