Sony Xperia Sola
March 14, 2012 by staff
Sony Xperia Sola, Sony announced the Sony Xperia Sola earlier in the week and they’ve now released a video examining the new Android smartphone.
The Xperia Sola is a dual-core Android smartphone and is the first to feature Sony’s Floating Touch technology. Floating Touch technology enables you to browse the web by “floating” your finger above the touch-screen, which should now perhaps be re-named a hover-screen. When you want to click a link or confirm an action you then touch the display in regular fashion.
We think this sounds great as touching the screen and dragging your finger across it always causes frictions, feels weird and gets your touch-screen very dirty.
The smartphone also supports Smart Tags, which combine with NFC to quickly adjust settings on your smartphone. For example, you can have a work tag which you move near your smartphone to put it on silent mode, activate your calender reminders and much more.
A 3.7 inch Mobile Bravia touch-screen is present on the Xperia Sola, while it also has a 1GHz dual-core processor, 8GB of on-board memory and a 5 mega-pixel camera. The only disappointing thing about the Sola is that it ships with Android 2.3, but an update to Ice Cream Sandwich is planned in the Summer.
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