Sony is probably the only Android OEM manufacturer that has updated nearly the whole of its 2011 line-up of Xperia handsets to Ice Cream Sandwich, and then started rolling out ICS updates for its 2012 devices. After rolling out the ICS update for the Xperia S, the company has turned its attention to its budget-oriented dual-core handset, the Xperia P.
The P packs in a dual-core NovaThor 1GHz Cortex-A9 CPU an ARM Mali-400 GPU, 512MB of RAM and a microSD card slot. The handset offers quite a bang for its buck, but has been pretty much over-shadowed by the 2011 line-up of Xperia devices from Sony.
Thankfully, the Japanese company has announced via its Facebook India page that it will start rolling out the ICS update for the Xperia P somewhere between August 19th to August 25th. Considering the hardware similarities between the Xperia P, U and Sola, the ICS updates for these phones should not be far away as well.
Via – Xperia Blog