After the maelstrom after the presentation of Ice Cream Sandwich, which will be the 4.0 version of Android, many manufacturers have talked about the Update terminals that are already on the market.
One of the companies that rushed to announce that he would seek to upgrade to their offspring was Sony Ericsson, Although it now appears that they confirm, via Facebook, will update the range of phones that have been presented during the year 2011.
The announcement has been seen in the page’s Sony Ericsson Holland Facebook, and would be nothing strange if it weren’t because some of the terminals, which would then be included in the update, have a very limited hardware for requirements that appear to be recommended in the new Android update.
Namely, and tenor of the time range that have been announced, to update phones would be Xperia Play, Xperia Neo, Xperia Neo V, Mini Xperia, Xperia Mini Pro, Xperia Ray, Xperia Pro, Active Xperia, Xperia Arc and Xperia Arc S.
The conclusions took us, going beyond the simple announcement, and seeing the technical characteristics of some of the terminals, is that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is optimized to run on smartphones with 1 GHz processor and a single-core, and 512 MB of RAM.
The really good news would be that all manufacturers pointed to the update, Since these specifications indicate that the majority of current terminals could operate under Ice Cream Sandwich if you want to update them.
Could the end of fragmentation make a Ice Cream Sandwich? Do you think manufacturers will give priority to new terminals or updated existing ones?