Android 4.0 was already available around the corner for nearly four months now. So, it is not surprising if big manufacturers already start to release devices that run on the Ice Cream Sandwich since the first time, including Sony. The Japanese side is recently introduce it’s first ICS phone called as Xperia Neo L. It sports 4.0 inch screen, posses 512MB RAM, and a full gigabyte of RAM. Not to mention that it also packed with 5.0 megapixels rear shutter on it’s back and will be available in tow different colors, black and white.
It might sounds like not a too good handset, thanks to the lack of quad-core CPU or HD screen, but again, Android 4.0 is the main theme here. Sony was release lot of android handsets in the past years, but none of them is run on ICS. The company already promise that all Xperia handset will be updated with Android 4.0 on Q2 but we haven’t seen that happen yet.
This strategy might has some correlation with how’s the company perform in the market last year. Sony was loose too many market share during 2011. They have failed to compete against other big players like Motorola and Samsung, which manage to produce better tablet and smartphone. Thus, Xperia Neo L could be their flagship handset to make a great start this year.
Previously, Sony was introduced the Xperia Sola. This one is also comes out with mid-range hardware specs, but the main attraction is lies on it’s “Float Touch” technology. It will allow users to browse around the web without even touch their fingers to the screen! It is reported that Sony is recently create a special advertisement video for this product and will be aired around the globe soon.
Please note that Sony Xperia Neo L will be exclusively available in China. But we also have strong faith that it will continue it’s adventure outside the country with different name.
Android 4.0 has already become the most desired Android OS right now. It is not surprising since this OS has lot of interesting features like better multi tasking, face unlock, data management, and resizeable widgets. Lot of android devices are now waiting in line to receive ICS update. Latest statistics even suggest that only 1% of android devices around the world that running on Android 4.0!
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