Sola, Lada, MT27i – has had many names, and now has got the official thumbs up from U.S. regulators. Sony Xperia Sola made an appearance at the FCC, have their own disputes and even dragged by the user using it. Under the somewhat underwhelming 3.7-inch LCD 854 x 480 is quite a collection of antennas, including the NFC, 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1 and quadband GSM radio. Of course, all backed by ministers, but the almost-barn on fire, a 1GHz dual-core processors and loaded with gingerbread cookies. (Although, Sony promises upgrade ICS delivered by this summer.) See the source link for all regulatory submissions of fun and see Sola that lay open on the table.
While you are not obtained Xperia Ice Cream Sandwich Upgrade planned yet, Sony has come clean on Google’s first phone to occupy the latest straight from the factory: Xperia Neo L. China appeared on the company website, we do not expect the hardware Redux nearly 2011 world tour to follow in the near future. Purchases are treated with 4-inch FWVGA (854 x 480) display a smidge larger than the original but still worth bringing Snapdragon 1GHz with 512MB RAM plus. Unlike the original, though, the camera will be lowered to 5 megapixels in the back while retaining the same front VGA shooter. Of course no word on pricing or availability, but at least for the diehard fanboys can have ice cream and eat it too.