Well, it looks like Sony’s in-house software developers have decided this is the perfect week to deliver delicious treats to a large portion of the company’s mobile lineup. Not long after outing updates for the Tablet S and Xperia Ion (in the US), the electronics giant is now bringing Ice Cream Sandwich to handsets such as the Xperia go, Xperia U and Xperia sola. The refresh itself brings a slew of novel traits to the trio of Xperia slabs, including a “new way to experience” music, photos and video, improvements to the lockscreen, the ability to resize widgets and the addition of a “multitasking” button. While the standout features remain the same across the board, the Xperia sola does get an added bonus in the form of a so-called, self-explanatory glove mode — which is made possible by the device’s “floating touch” technology. Sony does note that availability of the 4.0 upgrade will vary by market and, not surprisingly, carrier requirements. Let’s just hope you get to enjoy the changes soon.
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