Sony Mobile yesterday announced its first smartphone boarding home Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0, the “Xperia Neo L”. Announced no later than last week, the Xperia Sola plant actually released with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Announced for the moment exclusively in China, the new “Xperia Neo L” takes a sheet worthy of last year and could remain restricted to emerging markets, since the Xperia Sola is already above the entry level segment. It nonetheless indicates that such a sheet is ideal for the latest mobile operating system from Google.
The “Neo L” is therefore based on an LCD FWVGA of 4 inches and features a SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 combining a single heart CPU at 1 GHz and a GPU Adreno 205, supported by 512 MB of RAM and a go only to internal memory, expandable via a microSDHC card.
The housing of 121 x 61.1 x 12.2 mm to 131.5 g also sports a VGA front sensor and a sensor back, associated with an LED, taking pictures at 5 megapixels and 720p HD filming.
In terms of connectivity, finally, it offers up to 7.2 Mbps HSDPA, Wi-Fi N (with DLNA in this case) and Bluetooth 2.1.
The “Sony Mobile Xperia Neo L” will soon be marketed in China, at a price not given. As for the rest of the world, the presence of GPS in the data sheet, banned in China and “not available in all markets,” reveals that it will be launched in other countries, without elaborating.