Sony once again presents a new model for the mobile market, known as Sony Xperia Alone this is a smartphone with the Android OS and a touchscreen that does not require the touch with our fingers. A smartphone that does not require contact of our fingers on the screen would certainly be a step forward for any company for the future of the smartphone, this is precisely the proposal of Sony introducing the newest member of the family Xperia, Sony Xperia Sola. The launch of the device was carried out over the hundreds of models presented in the Mobile World Congress 2012 event, but in this case it requires everyone’s attention by the new integrated resource specifications in spite of their medium.
In appearance and have a typical mobile seen in all the models presented by the manufacturer at the fair with the only difference in this case have the screen on exit, is light weight of 107 grams with a thickness of 9.9 mm.
The Sony Xperia Sol has a dual core processor of 1 GHz and has the mobile operating system Android 2.3 Gingerbread and the manufacturer guarantees that the launch Sony may update to the Android operating system version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich before the month of June 2012. Its screen is 3.7 inches and it has a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels and in spite of the smartphone to come with 8 GB of internal memory 5 GB distress are available for content storage. This deficiency is compensated through the slot and supports microSD memory cards.
The camera of five megapixels is capable of recording HD video at 720p HD, bringing a combination that is becoming as “native” and common among mobile devices. In relation to items of connectivity the Sony Xperia Sola model uses 3G networks, WiFi, DLNA, Bluetooth, assisted GPS and in turn have Near Field Communication technology.
But his main highlight is the fact that the user need not touch the screen to interact with the smartphone.
For this to happen Sony device implanted in a resource named “Floating Touch” that allows navigation only with the approach of the fingers without specifying directly touching the screen itself. The company reports that the resource is made possible by a thin panel that remains on the screen that captures the power transmitted by the user’s body. This is also a justification for the format of the display device having overexposed relative to the rest of your smartphone. Sony still did not report the price or launch date Xperia Sola model but already have the product promotional video for the user to get to know this attractive model.