Guess the Xperia S Android 4.0 release date and win a prize!

by XB on 15th June 2012

in Accessories, Firmware, Xperia S

32GB Memory CardTime for a bit of Friday fun. Back in 2010 we played a little game, where we asked our readers to guess the date that they expected the Android 2.1 update would launch on the Xperia X10. All of the correct entries were then put into a hat to win a prize. Well given how Sony Xperia S owners are being left out of all the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich love (along with Xperia active owners) we thought we’d play a similar game. After all, it has been a while since we’ve run a competition.

So what we want you to do is to guess when the Android 4.0 ICS update will be released on the Sony Xperia S. Sony has always maintained it will arrive during Q2, so as a starting point we’re looking at some point during the next fortnight. We will then pick a winner out from all of those who guessed right. The winner will receive a 32GB USB OTG (On-The-Go) kit. This will comprise of a 32GB Transcend microSD Class 4 memory card, Sony Ericsson CCR-70 M2 USB Memory Card Adapter and USB A 2.0 female to Micro USB B male Cable Adapter. This is all you need for some extra portable storage on your Xperia S.

To enter the competition all you have to do is:
– Leave a comment in this forum thread with the date [under British Summer Time] you think that the Android 4.0 ICS update will hit the Sony Xperia S

All entries will be collated through the forum only (so any entries left on this blog post or social media channels will not be included). We will pick a winner randomly when the competition closes i.e. once the Xperia S ICS update date has been confirmed. Good luck!

Rules: 1) Please register on the forum with a valid email address as we will be using this to contact you. 2) Once contacted, if we do not hear from you within 48 hours we will draw another winner. 3) Only one entry per household (remember we can see your IP address). 4) This competition is open to our readers worldwide.

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