It’s been a long time since we saw a Xperia L. The only member of this series was 2013, and it was a mid-range device. Now, Sony has revived the L family with the new Xperia L2, an affordable segment-oriented phone with a wide-angle camera and a fingerprint scanner.
Sony introduces the Xperia L2, an entry-level smartphone
The Xperia L2 keeps the plastic body that we saw in original Xperia L, but now we have a finish that emulates a metallic body, and an aspect that reflects once again the Omnibalance design language that Sony loves.
The back is slightly curved, something we do not see very often on Sony phones. That favors the grip and should provide more space for a relatively large battery. On the back, we also find the fingerprint reader.
Inside we find a MediaTek MT6737T quad-core processor. That operates at 1.5 GHz and is accompanied by 3 GB of RAM. Its storage is 32 GB, but it can have the extension through microSD.
The front screen is 5.5 inches with a resolution of 720 x 1280, not particularly sharp. The battery is 3,300 mAh, so we should not have autonomy problems.
Sony loves to emphasize the camera and the L2 is no exception. It arrives with the primary camera of 13 MP and a front camera of 8 MP with the wide angle of 120 degrees.
The Sony Xperia L2 will come in the US. UU at the beginning of February in black, gold and pink. At the moment we do not have information about the arrival to other markets.