Together with a range of new camcorders and cameras today, Sony has also unveiled this week that their new Xperia V smartphone unveiled a few weeks ago will be fitted with a new thinner touchscreen technology.
The new Sensor-on-lens touch screen technology, brings the same trusted benefits of in-cell and on-cell touch technology, providing users with an enhanced image quality and a true direct touch experience, says Sony.
Sony explains more about its sensor-on-lens touch screen technology:
“Sensor-on-lens touch technology means that the number of physical layers in the touch panel (handset stackup) is reduced, as the sensor layer is actually part of the lens itself. This in turn means that you will get better image quality, as there is no interference from the touch sensor component. There is one less layer of glass and one less layer of glue, compared to conventional touch panels. Typically, you will get less haze and about 5% better display luminance without those extra layers.”
To re-cap the Sony Xperia V is equipped with a 4.3-inch HD reality display, and runs Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system, with the promise of an update to Google’s latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, soon after launch.
For more information on the new Sensor-on-lens touchscreen technology being used in the Sony Xperia V smartphone jump over to the Sony website for details.
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