Sony has just made official Sony Xperia sola, a smartphone with a 3.7-inch screen, dual core processor and NovaThor chipset.
The Xperia Sola is thinner than the Xperia P and Xperia U with only 9.9 mm and has a neat trick up its sleeve that Sony calls floating contact. Run your finger over the screen while using the browser and it acts as a cursor that can activate the links. Sony has promised to include more applications floating contact with software updates.
The Sony Xperia only has a 3.7 inch screen with resolution FWVGA (480 × 854) mobile technology BRAVIA and scratch-resistant glass, chipset NovaThor U8500 with dual-core processor at 1GHz, 5MP camera with recording 720p video and stereo speakers xLOUD.
It has NFC connectivity and will come with two smart tags in the box. Labels can be customized with up to 10 commands.
The Sony Xperia will be available worldwide in mid-2012 in black, white and red. It will run on Android 2.3 OS at launch with Android 4.0 update scheduled for the summer. The price is unknown at this time.