Sony unveils the mid-range smartphone, The Sony Xperia L. The Xperia L is coming with an 8MP camera, which uses Sony’s latest mobile Exmor RS sensor and offers a built-in HDR mode for both stills and video. Smartphone comes with a dedicated camera shutter key.
Other features on the Xperia L – the whole thing revolves around a 4.3-inch screen with a resolution of 854x480px and a scratch-resistant cover glass.
Like other major Sony Smartphones this one also coming with Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8230 chipset, which utilizes a CPU with two Krait cores so performance should be respectable.
Xperia L has a 1900mAh battery and a battery STAMINA Mode for optimizing power consumption. It will be available in white, red or black and will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean straight from its launch in Q2 this year.
Even though the camera and the large screen will probably be the biggest selling point of the Xperia L, one of its highlights is the LED at the bottom of the handset, which produces some neat illumination effects matching in color the image you are looking at on the screen.
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G HSPA connectivity are a given, but there’s also NFC support for one-touch connecting to NFC-capable accessories.