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Sony details Xperia S ICS update further, arriving 'late may or early June'

Pretty much the only thing missing from Sony's flagship Xperia S, is Ice Cream Sandwich. For many, a 2012 Android device without Android 4.0 on board out of the box, makes it a non-starter. But, for those that did take a punt and buy an Xperia S, the ICS flavored reward is almost here. The update is due to hit around "late May/early June," according to a post in the Sony Xperia S support forums.
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