Sony Xperia Z1, the company’s latest flagship pride has now received its first firmware update in India. As per Xperiablog, the firmware update titled build number 14.1.G.1.531 doesn’t feature any noticeable improvements or software additions, but there are a few bug fixes and performance upgrades included. The concerned firmware update has been released for just HSPA+ devices with model number C6902. No official statement has yet released regarding the release of this update in other nations.
The waterproof and dustproof Sony Xperia Z1 was launched by the company earlier this month at IFA, Berlin, and it recently entered the Indian market bearing a price tag of Rs 44,990. You can read about the smartphone, its features and its price in a prior-published post here. The Android Jelly Bean-running flagship device shines a 5-inch full-HD Triluminous display powered by Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2. This phone stands out because of its camera- 20.7-megapixel Exmor RS sensor with BIONZ image processor engine and pulsed LED flash. It derives power off a 2.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB RAM. While a built-in memory of 16GB is already there, the same can be expanded to 64GB via a microSD card. A 3000mAh battery finds itself under the hood.
With major software updates, Sony announce the new Android 4.2 firmware updates for the following handsets- Sony Xperia Z, Sony Xperia ZL, Sony Xperia ZR and Xperia Tablet Z. Recently, the Japanese company even rolled out a firmware update for Sony Xperia Z Ultra, that did power up the device with quite a many features, though the Android remained constant at 4.2 Jelly Bean. Here’s the official tweet-
Confirming: new JB 4.2 firmware rolling (phased) for #XperiaZ, ZL, ZR & Tab Z – brings display, camera, battery fixes & performance tweaks
— Sony Xperia News (@SonyMobileNews) September 19, 2013