Yes you read it right...Experience the new sense of touch...Add the magic touch. Without the touch.
Xperia Sola from Sony – the smartphone with a sense of magic 
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE 
Introducing “floating touch” navigation for magic web browsing without touching the screen
Easily open apps and launch actions in an instant with NFC and Xperia SmartTags
Reality Display with Mobile Bravia engine and fast capture camera boosted by a powerful dual-core processor

13 March, London, United Kingdom
Sony Mobile Communications today announced Xperia™ sola* as the latest addition to its portfolio of Android powered Xperia smartphones. Complete with Sony technology, premium entertainment and innovative floating touchTM navigation, the NFC enabled Xperia sola comes equipped with Xperia SmartTags, allowing consumers to change their smartphone’s settings and applications to fit their lifestyle in an instant. Xperia sola will be available to consumers globally in black, white and red in the second quarter.
Introducing “floating touch” navigation for magic web browsing without touching the screen
Easily open apps and launch actions in an instant with NFC and Xperia SmartTags
Reality Display with Mobile Bravia engine and fast capture camera boosted by a powerful dual-core processor

13 March, London, United Kingdom
Sony Mobile Communications today announced Xperia™ sola* as the latest addition to its portfolio of Android powered Xperia smartphones. Complete with Sony technology, premium entertainment and innovative floating touchTM navigation, the NFC enabled Xperia sola comes equipped with Xperia SmartTags, allowing consumers to change their smartphone’s settings and applications to fit their lifestyle in an instant. Xperia sola will be available to consumers globally in black, white and red in the second quarter.

A floating touch of magic
Making its smartphone debut exclusively on Xperia sola, Sony’s unique floating touch lets consumers navigate the web by hovering their finger above the screen so it acts like a moving curser, without actually having to touch the screen. Once the desired link is found it can be highlighted and a simple tap will load the page. Floating touch will evolve with new user functionality and applications through software updates and engagement with developers.

Calum MacDougall, Head of Xperia Marketing for Sony Mobile Communications, commented; “Xperia sola comes with the power of Sony and a sense of magic with floating touch, giving consumers a fun new way to browse the web and latest technology to show off. 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.”

Specification
Processor: 1 GHz STE U8500 Dual Core processor
RAM: 512 MB
OS: Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) (Upgrade to Android 4, Ice Cream Sandwich, planned in Quarter 2 2012)
Internal phone storage: 8GB (up to 5GB user-accessible memory)
Expansion slot: microSD, up to 32GB
Display: 3.7 inch scratch-resistant TFT touchscreen, 16 million colours, 854 x 480 pixels
Camera: 5 megapixel camera with auto focus, 16x digital zoom, LED flash, HD video recording (720p), 3D Sweep Panorama
Talk time: up to 6 hours
Standby time: up to 475 hours
Music listening time: Up to 40 hours
Video playback time: Up to 6 hours
Weight: 107 grams
Size: 116 x 59 x 9.9 mm
FM Radio with RDS, 3D surround sound, USB High speed 2.0 and Micro USB support, WiFi and WiFi Hotspot functionality, DLNA Certified, AGPS
Reality display with Mobile BRAVIA® Engine
Xperia SOLA Introduction 
Xperia SOLA Close-Up 
Xperia SOLA Smart Tags
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