Sony upped its game in the Android smartphone arena with the Xperia Z and Xperia ZL flagship smartphones. But, the company hasn’t forgotten the fact that it has been its low-end and mid-range offerings that have helped the company gain popularity over the past couple of years, especially in emerging markets like India. Today, along with the Sony Xperia SP, the company also unveiled its mid to low-end smartphone, the Sony Xperia L.
Here’s a look at the specifications of the Sony Xperia L -
While the specifications of the Sony Xperia L aren’t surprising for devices in this category, Sony has packed the device with an amazing camera, with the 8MP camera featuring Sony’s “Exmor RS for mobile” sensor technology and HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode for both pictures and video, to ensure clear and stunning images, even at night, or against a strong back light.
Other key features of the Sony Xperia L include one-touch functions with NFC to display content on your TV, or easily share music and photos between devices, and battery STAMINA mode, to ensure optimum battery life. Continuing the trend started by the company last year, the Sony Xperia L also comes pre-loaded with Sony’s WALKMAN, Movies, and Albums applications.
Check out the introduction video of the Sony Xperia L below -
The Sony Xperia L features a beautiful design and is a must-have for anyone looking for a budget-friendly smartphone with a great camera. The price point of the Xperia L hasn’t been announced yet, but considering the specifications, this smartphone won’t strain your wallet too much. Like the Xperia SP, the Sony Xperia L will be available from Q2 2013, and will come in black, white, and red color variations.
What are your thoughts? What do you think of the specifications of the Sony Xperia L? Would you consider buying this device? Let us know in the comments section below.
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Looking at the specifications, IT SHOULD BE UNDER 20,000 INR to really stir up the Indian market…
If it crosses the 20,000 price point , then I don’t think its gonna make any impact
How is the low end? LOL the screen resolution is the only thing that makes it seem that way
Got the Xperia V for my wife who doesn’t want the bigger screen phones like the Galaxy S3 that I have myself. She likes it and there’s certainly a market for the 4,3″ phones. IMO although the next gen mid range Xperias should be mid range on performance they should wow screen wise in order to command the “a bit to high” price level that Sony demands. IMO the Xperia L will not deliver that wow.
If it is at around $250 unlocked, I think it’s a good option because it has a balanced bunch of features that makes it a good average phone.