Sony Xperia Neo L launched in China, first Sony to run Android ICS on arrival
As all the 2011 and 2012 released Sony mobile handsets await to get the most wanted Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade, Sony has added a new device to its Xperia range for China which will be the company’s first mobile to run on Android ICS out-of-the-box.
Called the Sony Xperia Neo L MT25i, the device is destined to be a successor to Xperia neo and neo V however it doesn’t have any high-end specs and seems to be a mid-ranged Android device.
The Neo L will have a 4-inch touch screen with a display resolution of 854×480; will run on a 1 GHz single-core Qualcomm MSM8255 processor supported by 512MB of RAM. There will a 5 MP camera with LED Flash at the rear with 720p video recording and also a front facing VGA shooter for video calls.
It’ll arrive with 1GB of internal storage but memory is expandable to 32GB with a microSD card slot. The phone is 12.2mm thick and will have a 1500mAh battery to power it up. There is no information if the device will also be available in other countries and there are no details on the pricing too.