Sony has started rolling out a new firmware update to its latest flagship smartphone, Xperia Z.
Sony has started rolling out a new firmware update to its latest flagship smartphone, Xperia Z. The update is still based on 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, but includes a slew of new features as well as improvements.
The improvements focus on performance enhancements, white balance display calibration, soft keys and new black navigation bar replacing the older grey bar. The update also brings option to disable the notification light.
The firmware update also includes a new Mini Apps icon, new keyboard skin and new design for some widgets. The most signification update has come to the Xperia Z camera. The camera samples appear much better, suggesting the company may have changed the imaging algorithm. Check out the samples courtesy of vainqueur from XDA Developers below:
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The update, version no. 10.1.1.A.1.253, is available over the air.