AOSP Jelly Bean for Xperia Z
Sony Xperia Z

Sony continues to update its devices with the latest version of Android OS – the Jelly Bean 4.2 AOSP.

The current Sony flagship mobile casino tamer – Xperia Z – has started to receive the official Android 4.2 Jelly Bean AOSP version. Now, proud owners of arguably the best Sony device to date, can enjoy the full potential of the upgraded OS, making their smartphone fly.

Most of the features inside the Android casino monster are running in the pure Android environment. These include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, SD card support, camera, LED light, and sensors. However, the camera’s code is currently being tested internally, for it needs proprietary binaries, which can’t be given out in an open source.

Sony has revealed that the next step in updating the Xperia Z mobile casino games device will be exchanging some binaries for the original source code. Sony will also release binaries to allow the NFC support to operate flawlessly.

The AOSP project is handled by Sony senior software people Bjorn Andersson and Johan Redestig. It’s accessible to everyone from the company’s official GitHub storage.

Just to remind everyone, the Xperia Z is the current Sony flagship, sporting a 1.5GHz CPU, Adreno 320 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of built in memory and a microSD card slot for further extension. The device was released in February this year.