The company Nippon Sony put the flag high in terms of updates to Android 4.0 refers . They rushed to affirm and promise prompt updates of the latest devices, however, after announcing a delay in the updates
, I dropped a barrage of criticism from users and Sony has had to come to pass with the following statements:
“ We are very proud to say that our version of Gingerbread is very stable and has great performance, so it does not hurt to keep using it. Ice Cream Sandwich turns out to be more intense, for example, the wattage kind that yields resource . “
Clearly, Sony boasts the quality of your version of Gingerbread , coming to criticize the demanding level of performance of ICS , at the same time support the refinement and ease of use thereof.
All indications are that the Japanese fear that their older models suffer a performance drop when you upgrade to ICS, but have stated that their engineers have this potential problem rather than solved .
The truth is that in a way it can understand and it comes down to a mere matter of preference. Does being the last or performance? Personally, although I like ICS, but if I had one and knew Xperia Arc to install ICS going to lose performance , sorry for ICS, but I would stay with Gingerbread and better utilization of terminal resources.
This whole issue brings us to the subject of some controversial Value Pack for S and Galaxy Galaxy Tab . ICS operates smoothly on the Nexus S and I’ve even seen several S Galaxy ICS ROMs work and pay luxury, even more than with Gingerbread, which begs the question “ What manufacturers play? “
Well just to shut some have posted this question a number of explanations and differences between and Gingerbread Ice Cream Sandwich in the Xperia range. Apparently, now ICS uses about 380 MB of RAM device, so about 130 will be free for applications and services.
Also, confirm the inclusion of Face Unlock, unlike what Google did with the Nexus S. On the other hand also talk about the hardware acceleration is one of the major developments that will incorporate the upgrade devices to Ice Cream Sandwich.
After exposing the difficulties of updating, say you will not notice little difference because they have managed to solve these problems by optimizing the extreme internal and some external apps that will work best on a Sony with ICS.
What say you? If true about performance loss Sacrificaríais ¿resources in exchange for staying on top or on the contrary prefer fluidity and stability?
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