Sony, Japanese consumer electronics giant has unveiled the availability of Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) upgrade for its Tablet P. Sony has been criticized for rolling out the ICS upgrade quite late for its devices as compared to other manufacturers. Sony had announced the ICS upgrade rollout for its Sony Tablet S earlier this year. From today onwards, this upgrade will be made available for the Sony Tablet P globally including India. The upgrade has just been received by the Sony Tablet P users in the UK and it is expected that upgrade will be made available to other users across the globe soon enough as Sony has not made any regarding a restricted roll out of the ICS upgrade for Tablet P.
The latest Android ICS operating system upgrade will bring a bundle of new features. A new interface which will come with an all new lock screen and 'unlock direct to camera' option is one of the new feature. Panorama mode is also the important thing which has been enabled with the upgrade and users can now take wider single shots in one go with the tablet's camera. Users can now get direct access to notifications and settings. New browser has also been added to the device now for faster web browsing. This new updation bring the native screen shot taking functionality which has the ability to take a screen shot just by pressing power and volume keys at the same time.
- Twin 5.5-inch display screens
- 1024x480 pixel resolutions
- Dual-core Tegra 2 mobile processor
- 1 GB RAM
- Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich OS
Small Apps feature has been added that will allow users to open Android apps on top of other apps. For example, if you're using the Google Spreadsheet then you can open and float the Calculator on top of an open spreadsheet. It improves the multi-tasking ability of the tablet as well as enhances the performance of applications. You just need to your Sony Tablet P to WiFi for getting the upgrade. After that click OK to download and in a few minutes you should be ready to go on Android 4.0.
Source : Themobileindian