Now, just have your Ice Cream Sandwich with the topping of a Sony Ericsson Xperia Play game zone too. That’s for keeps as Android operating system 4.0; nicknamed Ice Cream Sandwich is going to upgrade Sony Ericsson smartphones offered this year. That simply means a great option with a promised potential of combining a smartphone and a portable gaming console. Sounds wonderful? That is a story written almost when they were thinking of multiplying a computer’s usage. A need to make the computer more users friendly was felt. The story is now being re-read with smartphones. Google has started integrating mobile phones on its Android platform to allow greater freedom to users. On its way, the company integrated several HTC smartphones as also Samsung Galaxy Nexus when it launched Ice Cream Sandwich in October this year.
Google’s idea was welcomed with hurray by gaming enthusiasts. So, the entire range of Sony Ericsson’s Xperia products and Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman is going to be upgraded to Android OS 4.0. If you are thrilled only with huge gaming options on your phones, then the scheme is loaded only for you. And, with Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, it’s simply going to give you whale of a time each time you take it to yourself. Just get behind the wheel of a racing car and enjoy gaming to the hilt. Challenge and awe those peeping friends.
However, it’s a matter of just some time now. Sony is busy in experimenting the whole plan. A note from the company promised to make all the features and specs known as and when the thing is complete. In the meantime, it’s been known that Xperia Play is going to be available from both Verizon and AT&T.
Counting one more good that the new scheme is going to do, one has to see google’s promise of carrying both previous features of the smartphones and tablet PC’s in its new operating system. In fact that means a greater user interface and goodies from Android Gingerbread edition too. Indeed it’s going to be a whammy many times more than that as Sony has already promised to keep upgrading the preloaded games, additional titles and apps. Does that take the story of those old times synching of e-mails and editing office documents on the go? Absolutely…!
In a note on the official blog of Sony Ericsson, the company made some of the features of its new offering known. The company has tried to do away with some of the cumbersome buttons. The software’s interface integrates the functions of physical buttons. It looks more users focused and calculated to ensure better traction for the company’s products.
Lastly, one has to note that very surely, a lot is going on in Android – bigger internal flash, more memory, hardware acceleration and all those steps have improved the platform and thus apps too. It’s all being done to serve customers better.