Sony unveiled the company’s mobile phone Xpiria solos, with the Android operating system and the flouting touch technology that allows users to search the Internet so that the fingers move over the screen and the screen is really touching.
When you find the desired link, the page opens with one touch, a flouting touch will adjust functionality of the new users and applications through a software upgrade.
Xpiria director of marketing for Sony mobile communication Calum McDougall said Xpiria Sony ‘s solos have the power and flouting a magical touch, giving customers a fun new way to search the Internet and the latest technology with which to praise others.
“With Xpiria SmartTags and access content through the latest Sony Enterteinment network, this device is perfect for users seeking simplicity and good fun in a smart and innovative smart phone,” said McDougall.
Xpiria solos to NFC (connecting other devices) in the package comes with two SmartTags – one for use in the living room when you turn on Wi-Fi launch Google News and apps and one for the bedroom which has an alarm and automatically reduce the volume.
Xpiria sol has 3.7 inches display Bravia engine that provides crystal clarity, 1 GHz dual-core processor, Laud and 3D surround sound, and the Gingerbread Android 2.3 platform.