Sony Xperia Sola has just reached the FCC and in case this device doesn’t ring a bell to you, know that it’s supposed to be an Android smartphone that fits between the Xperia U and the Xperia P. Sola features a 3.7 inch 854 x 480 pixel display, a 1GHz dual core processor, HSPA and WiFi connectivity, plus dual cameras.


There’s also the usual bunch of sensors in the mix and Android 2.3 Gingerbread is also present as the OS of choice. This summer the device, together with more Xperias will get Android 4.0 ICS, according to people in the know. As you can see, the Xperia Sola has been taken apart by the FCC and it’s passing through all the testing processes right now. It’s got a collection of antennae, including NFC, WiFi 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1 and quadband GSM radio. This is probably the equivalent of the Xperia Ray or something close to it from a year ago.

Other specs include a case that’s 9.9mm thick, stereo speakers, microSD card slot, 8GB of storage, HSDPA connectivity and 5MP camera with AF and LED flash. Geotagging, touch focus, face and smile detection are all available as well, but there’s no front camera here.

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