A few weeks ago, a Sony announced at IFA, the Xperia smartphone V. This new model comes with Reality Display equipped with Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2 technology and OptiContrast. However, the company had not given more details on the subject.
Today, in the official publication , Sony revealed that the display of the handset comes with a new innovation called “sensor-on-lens” (the lens sensor), a technology that improves image quality and recognition of touch flicks.
With this new technology, the device has less physical layers on the touch panel, ie the display will have its thickness reduced. The illumination is improved by about 5%, but other benefits are remarkable weight and dimensions of the device.