Xperia Sola with Floating Touch Technology

Sony has been reinventing their Xperia smartphones and therefore they have come up with more Xperia smartphones in recent times especially at the Mobile World Congress 2012. Now, Sony has launched their new mobile phone that comes with a floating touch technology. The all new Sony Xperia Sola is a great smartphone that comes with floating touch technology which means that you do not have to touch the screen when you are browsing the internet on your mobile browser.

This is definitely for the first time that Sony or any other smartphone company has come up with such technology and Sony feels that this technology will only improve in the future. Apart from the floating touch technology it also comes with NFC technology that Sony believes will be one of the biggest technologies in the future. The phone also has Xperia Smart Tags which makes it easier for the consumers to use their apps and download and even change their settings the way they want it.

To make this Xperia smartphone better Sony has incorporated it with Reality Display and Mobile Bravia engine to ensure that the phone works quickly when needed. Xperia Sola comes with 5 megapixel camera that can take quick pictures. To make this possible, Sony has incorporated 1GHz dual core processor inside. Sony has also focused on entertainment options and therefore this phone comes with xLOUD and 3D Surround Sound audio technology. The phone will be released with Android 2.3 Gingerbread but Sony has announced the upgrade in summer 2012.

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