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Sony killed this handset

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By BunnyKillBot, Junior Member on 2nd August 2014, 01:00 PM
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7th August 2014, 02:58 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by david makarove

There is new rule in this life
" never buy Sony phone if the phone doesn't have good developers "
Sony update all z phones to KitKat and SP with them
That's mean one thing
Sony only care in money
They only care update expensive phones to make people buy them
i think sony developers team in the company must be changed

Sent from my Xperia L using XDA Premium 4 mobile app

Agreed with that...
7th August 2014, 03:03 PM |#12  
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Xda Dev r best.that's way we have stable kitkat.
7th August 2014, 03:26 PM |#13  
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We all have the right to complain when the almost same specced and even lower end device Xperia M gets a 4.3 update, while we're stuck with a version still full of the bugs that still hasn't been fixed. A very capable phone, but they are all too busy with the flagships and the new sh*tty new mid-range devices that doesn't really differentiate them from other OEMs.
7th August 2014, 03:30 PM |#14  
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to win money to buy a new phone, do not expect updates from Sony
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