Sony Xperia S and NFC – Simplicity is Elegance

Sony Xperia S

Sony Xperia S

Sony has introduced in the phone industry a lot of smart phones with superb quality and magnificent design. They are using mainly the Android platform, which is expressed through their simple but elegant phones. Sony in the second quarter of 2012 is launching their Xperia S phone; with it they are introducing some new features like the NFC (Near Field Communication).

The phone itself has a 4.3 inch (720×1280) pixel LED-backlit screen, with Sony Mobile BRAVIA engine that is going to provide superb colors and lightning of the screen. Also multitouch with ten fingers capability is supported and it has a scratch-resistant glass. It has built in 32GB of storage and no card slot, so it will have to be enough for the user. A Snapdragon Dual Core 1.5GHz processor and an Adreno 220 GPU are powering the phone. It has a 12MP camera with a 1080p 30 fps video recording and a special function that enables the phone to take pictures within 1.5 sec. from sleep state. It has a sleek design with a transparent bar where the regular sleep, home and back buttons are in an Android phone.

Except for the standard connection standards it has the new NFC technology, which enables the phone to communicate with other devices equipped with this technology, when being in close proximity to each other. Also this technology enables the phone to communicate with unpowered chips. These kinds of chips are going to be introduced at the same time as the phone by Sony. The chips are called Xperia Smart tags and they are going to simplify your daily routines. You just bring your phone next to this kind of a tag and the phone will automatically change the options according to a preset set via the software provided. NFC is also planned as a technology to provide new ways of payment and distributing commercials.

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GeekOrbit
GeekOrbit

Love the unique design of these new Sony phones. Hopefully they will gain the support and advertising required to earn a spot among the Galaxys and iPhones of this world.