It was inevitable, really. No sooner had Android Ice Cream Sandwich launched alongside the Samsung Galaxy Nexus than the flood of questions started from other Android users: "What about my phone?"
Google says ICS will work on existing Gingerbread devices, but of course the release of an actual upgrade is down to the device manufacturers themselves. Well, today Sony Ericsson came out and commited its entire 2011 portfolio to some Ice Cream Sandwich goodness.
The company revealed via its Dutch Facebook page that it planned to upgrade its Xperia lineup, before Engadget got the following out of them in English: "Beyond Gingerbread 2.3.4, we plan to upgrade our 2011 Xperia smartphone portfolio to the next Android platform made available to us."
That means anyone with an Xperia Arc, Xperia Ray, Xperia Neo and Xperia Play - along with all the S and mini variants - are in line to get the upgrade.
Of course the big question is when? Samsung and Google will obviously want to keep ICS to themselves until the shoepiece Galaxy Nexus is firmly on the market, but we've already heard that the Samsung-made Google Nexus S and other devices will get it within weeks.
After that, it could be really be any time - though we're keeping our fingers crossed that it'll appear for the rest of us before Christmas.