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Sony Xperia Neo L gets FCC approval, could come to AT&T or T-Mobile soon

by: AdrianJune 28, 2012

Sony’s current US line-up of Android-based smartphones is pretty rich, but that doesn’t seem to make the Japanese hesitant to enrich it even further. The Xperia Neo L, a low-end, but very good-looking handheld, is the latest Sony device to be heading towards the States and, while company officials haven’t confirmed the news, we just spotted an FCC filing that does exactly that. As usual, the FCC certification documents don’t provide us with much insight on the phone’s future specs and features, but we have a pretty good idea what US carriers could have the Neo L in stores in the near future. While it doesn’t seem to come with LTE or AWS support, the Xperia Neo L will feature [...]

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Hands-on pictures of the Sony Xperia Neo L

by: Bams SadewoJune 11, 2012


You’ve seen official pictures of the Sony Xperia Neo L before. Though it isn’t scheduled to be out until Q3 2012, which puts its release date merely weeks away, the phone has landed into the hands of Taiwanese online retailer ePrice. Here are some beauty shots of the Sony Xperia Neo L in the wild.

The Xperia Neo L maintains some design characteristics of its predecessor, the Xperia Neo V. Though we swear if you squint your eyes a bit when looking at the white version, it does look like a close cousin of a phone from another manufacturer, the HTC One X. That’s a good thing, really. Apart from that, the Xperia Neo L disappointingly retains many specs from the Neo [...]

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Sony Xperia neo L no longer a China-exclusive phone, to be released globally soon

by: AdrianMay 31, 2012

Announced way back in March as coming exclusively to China, it seems that the Sony Xperia neo L will be made available worldwide after all. The 4-incher has just made its appearance on Sony’s global website and that can only mean one thing – Chinese tech enthusiasts on a budget will not be the only ones to enjoy the Xperia neo L’s curves and great looks.

I already mentioned the magic word (“budget”), but the truth is we don’t know how much will the neo L cost anywhere in the world. On the other hand, based on the phone’s tech specs and features, it’s pretty safe to assume that you won’t have to clear your bank accounts to get it.

Sporting a 4-inch LCD [...]

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Sony Xperia Neo L with Android 4.0 announced in China

by: Ankit BanerjeeMarch 21, 2012

In December last year, Sony announced that its entire 2011 Xperia portfolio would be receiving the ICS update. The update will first be available on the Xperia Art S, Neo V, and Xperia Ray in late March. In late April or early May, Xperia Arc, Play, Neo, Mini, Mini Pro, and Pro owners should expect 4.0, along with owners of Sony Live with Walkman.

Joining the already significant lineup of ICS phones soon to be released, Sony has announced the launch in China of the Xperia Neo L MT25i with Android 4.0 pre-loaded. This device is being billed as the successor to its Neo and Neo V handsets.

Neo L specs include:

1 Ghz Qualcomm single core processor 512 MB [...]
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