Sony to release its first ICS phone: Xperia Neo L


Sony has a lot of mobile phones under its Xperia label and most of these are powered by Google Android as well. However, there is none that is powered by Android version 4.0 which is Ice Cream Sandwich but that will soon change when the Xperia Neo L is released. This device will be the company’s first ICS phone in the market.

Sporting a 4 inch screen, the Xperia Neo L is a mid-range phone by Sony which bears no Ericsson name in its label. It comes with a 1GHz single-core processor by Qualcomm and has a 512MB RAM for operating system purposes as well. Inside it is also a 5 megapixel camera which delivers acceptable quality photos. In addition to that, DLNA and HDMI out support is also available on the Xperia Neo L making it a suitable device for entertainment purposes as well.

What is interesting about this device is that it is powered by Ice Cream Sandwich and is the company’s first device that fully supports it natively. However, the sad thing is that this device is only available in the Chinese market and there is no telling whether it will be made available in other countries as well.

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