Newsbrief by Dan Seifert on Friday June 08, 2012.
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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich isn't just for the smartphones and tablets sitting at the top of the totem pole, and Sony is making sure that even lowly, inexpensive handsets in its lineup are upgraded. To that end, the manufacturer has released the Android 4.0 upgrade for the Xperia mini pro, an inexpensive smartphone with a smallish display and QWERTY keyboard launched last year. Despite the mini pro's single-core 1GHz processor and meager 400MB of on-board storage, it is getting the full Android 4.0 treatment with Sony's custom user interface on top. Mini pro users across the globe can plug their phones into a computer and use Sony's PC Companion software to install the upgrade now.source: The Inquirer, via: Engadget