Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Sony releases 'floating touch' smartphone





Seeming bit awesome, but very soon smartphones will also become forgone tales. One even would not have to touch the screen, merely hovering figures over the screen would be enough for the phone to pay heed to your words. Xperia sola has been released by Sony using floating touch technology providing a user an ultimate fun to browse the web and showcase the latest technology on offer.

According to the Calum MacDougall, head of Xperia Marketing for Sony Mobile Communications,  “With Xperia SmartTags out of the box and access to the latest content through Sony Entertainment Network, Xperia sola is perfect for consumers looking for ease of use and the best in entertainment in a smart and innovative smartphone."

This Android-powered device includes Sony’s new floating touch navigation with NFC and Xperia SmartTags to present a user with an out- of- the- box smartphone experience. Initially withSmartTags the device can be customized for about 10 different commands like phone to turn on its WiFi connection and launch the news app when you are not around or turn on the alarm. The Xperia sola  also has a 3.7” Reality Display, a 1GHz dual-core processor, xLOUD and 3D surround sound, a 5MP camera with a 16x digital zoom, 720p video recording, DLNA, and Google Android 2.3 (upgradable to version 4.0). The Sony Xperia sola will for the sale around second quarter of 2012 across the globe.
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