Sony has introduced its new model called the Sony Xperia Sola. It is an interesting, technologically innovative phone that will be produced in black, white and red, and which should appear during the second half of the year. Looks like the Xperia family is getting one serious new member…
The Sony Xperia Sola has a Reality Display with a 3.7-inch Mobile BRAVIA Engine with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. As for the processor, Sony opted for the ST Ericsson NovaThor U8500 processor of 1GHz, while the internal memory capacity is 8GB.
It is understood that the Japanese manufacturer left the option of expanding it with the help of a microSD card. There is also a 5MP camera with the ability to record video in 720p quality.
Additional features could be subsumed under GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 1320 mAh battery, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which will be able to be upgraded to the Ice Cream Sandwich version.
It’s all great that Sony has “packaged” in the Xperia Sola model, but one thing is especially interesting. Namely, it is about the so-called “Loating touch” option, which allows the user to surf just without touching the phone screen. This means that it is enough to bring your finger closer to the screen and as you move it, the screen itself will react. When you find the link you want to open, all you have to do is tap it lightly and that’s it.